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Women and minorities worse off as US wage gap widens

Women and minorities worse off as US wage gap widens
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By Christopher Cummins with AGENCIES
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A new report by the OECD claims that US income inequality continues to widen.

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A new report by the OECD claims that US income inequality continues to widen.

The paper claims that though the United States has bounced back from the global recession the gains from economic revival are not being evenly shared.

#OECD's A_Gurria</a>: US <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/economy?src=hash">#economy</a> has rebounded; key reforms necessary to sustain recovery: <a href="https://t.co/QQYeaVuO7f">https://t.co/QQYeaVuO7f</a> <a href="https://t.co/IiyqnFUqPZ">pic.twitter.com/IiyqnFUqPZ</a></p>&mdash; OECD Washington (OECD_Washington) June 16, 2016

The OECD said women and minorities are most disadvantaged and advised Washington to raise the minimum wage.

The organisation said investment would help strengthen productivity growth.

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