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California’s Workers Are Increasingly Locked Out of the State’s Prosperity California Budget & Policy Center
It’s hard work to be able to afford to live, raise a family, and eventually retire in California, especially for workers with low or moderate incomes. While the plight of these workers has never been easy — and workers who are black, Latinx, or women experience some of the greatest economic disadvantages and discrimination in the workplace — research shows that wages and benefits have significantly eroded for many Californians in recent decades. Many workers are being paid little more today than workers were in 1979 even as worker productivity has risen. » Read more about: California’s Workers Are Increasingly Locked Out of the State’s Prosperity »