“Not A Living Wage": Farmworker wage gap remained virtually unchanged from the previous two years

A new study shows that farmworkers make substantially less than non-farmworkers, highlighting a wage rate gap that has remained virtually unchanged from the previous two years.

Daniel Costa with the Economic Policy Institute spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander on average earnings, what trends he is seeing, and how the USDA is tackling the subject.

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