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TheVoiceOfJoyce Wages going up are inflationary? Since the crash of 2008, the poor and middle Class have become less well off. Now there’s a 5% raise in some wages. Why are wages inflationary and the Fed doesn’t look a Corporate Greed and profits. Nor does the Fed look at homelessness in our cities or Inflation in housing and rental pricing? Also, I’m other articles, I’m reading not everyone who wants a job can get one? Perhaps it’s time to readjust our Inflationary metrics? Wages aren’t inflationary yet. When Labor makes pre pandemic and pre crash wages, labor will have normalized and have greater buying power. That’s not inflation. That’s going back to an economic bell curve, symbolizing more economic equality.