This new documentary on economic inequality is a must-see for union members
In a new documentary Inequality for All, former U.S. Labor Secretary Robert Reich says the income gap between the middle class and the wealthy doesn’t stop at wages.
Adjusted with the rate of inflation, not only have many wages stagnated or decreased over the last 40 years, wages simply aren’t raising at the speed of housing costs, healthcare costs, childcare costs, and the costs of higher education.
For more insights into the widening economic gap and the consequences this bears on society, make sure to get the facts and see the film!
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