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Wages, salaries and benefits equal $29.90 in West

Employer costs for compensation for workers across the nation varied from a low of $25.88 an hour in the south to $32.85 in the northeast regions, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employer costs in the West were $29.90 and in the Midwest were $27.66, according to the statistics. Wages and salaries in… Continue Reading Wages, salaries and benefits equal $29.90 in West

Higher prices – not more sales – marked the 2009-2010 winter sports season. Nationally, retailers sold $2.9 billion this season, up from $2.8 billion a year ago, according to information from Snow Sport Industries of America, a trade group for winter sports. That increase wasn’t due to more items being sold, unit sales were down… Continue Reading 2010 winter sports season ends in black for retailers

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