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Income "As a consequence of the higher costs imposed on employers as a result in reduced labor force participation, it is not necessary to create any structural changes that will decrease overall income growth over time." The wage premium has been declining since 1973 and even before this year's recession. Even when adjusted for inflation and real interest rates, average monthly earnings have declined by 5.7 percent from 1979 until 2012. Some argue that lower-wage jobs were replaced more readily than high wages because there are fewer workers willing or able into those low pay jobs. That doesn't seem right either way; we should be seeking opportunities at all incomes levels instead which gives us opportunit