US wage growth could be much higher than traditional indictors imply because they do not include people who move house, researchers from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas find.
Michael Morris, Robert Rich and Joseph Tracy use the Survey of Income and Program Participation to calculate whether wage growth would change if it included those individuals who moved residences.
They argue that leaving out movers in important surveys lowers average wage growth calculations because those who move
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