May 25, 2016

Labor advocates gathered Monday at the August Wilson Center for a panel discussion on the recently released report, “A Pittsburgh that Works for Working People.” The study, conducted by the Center on Wisconsin Strategy, included a series of recommendations that they believe would improve the lives of Pittsburghers. The panel, which included economists, service workers, faith, and elected leaders discussed what steps the city would need to take to implement the proposals.

According to the report, Pittsburgh’s middle class has been experiencing a decline in median income since the 1970s.

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