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Gap between high and low earners widens in Virginia

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The wage gap between the highest and lowest earners in Virginia is the second highest in the country and it has widened significantly since the start of the recession in 2007. Not far behind are Washington, D.C., the fourth highest, and Maryland, the sixth. A study by the Commonwealth Institute in Richmond released Tuesday shows the lowest 30 percent of earners suffered a decrease in wages when...

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