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English: Productivity of non-farm labor in comparison to the average real wages of those workers and the minimum wage in the USA, 1947-2016, each indexed to 1960 = 100. In 1960 the minimum wage was $1.00 per hour, and roughly tracked inflation and productivity from about 1950 to 1969 and would have been $23.38 in 2015 to be the same as it was in 1960. Data from BLS.
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