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Response to TheFrenchRazor (Reply #33)

Sun Dec 10, 2017, 11:42 AM

35. Its the average for production and non-supervisory workers, which is why I use it

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production and non-supervisory workers (a) don't own a business (b) work for an employer for salary/wages (c) don't have any staff or supervise anyone. Roughly the bottom 80% of the workforce.

I prefer median statistics too, but that is problematical too in that it completely leaves out those over the 50 percentile -- 50% of the entire population.

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