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January 1982, Vol. 105, No. 1
Scheduled wage increases and
cost-of-living provisions in 1982
Douglas R. LeRoy
Economist, Office of Wages and Industrial Relations, Bureau of Labor Statistics
Deferred increases will average 6.3 percent, more than in any year since 1971, and are payable to 4.3 million workers; approximately 3.4 million may receive cost-of-living adjustments.
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