Friday, June 24, 2011

9 Out Of 10 Americans Don't Expect Raises To Compensate For Rising Price Of Goods, Survey Says

The Huffington Post Lila Shapiro

As the economic gloom settles in, American workers seem to be coming around to the conclusion that they may be facing a permanent midnight.

A new survey from American Pulse, released in June, shows that 9 out of 10 American workers are not expecting salary increases next year to compensate for the rising cost of basic necessities like fuel and food.

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