- Wages and salaries rose 3.1 percent in the third quarter, the biggest increase in a decade, according to the Labor Department.
- Overall compensation costs were up 2.8 percent, ahead of Wall Street expectations.
- Wages have been the missing piece in the economic recovery, though the Fed has been raising rates to guard against future inflationary pressures.
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