Wage Growth Tracker - Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta - FRB Atlanta http://www.frbatlanta.org/rss/ en-us http://www.frbatlanta.org/ Atlanta Fed Logo http://www.frbatlanta.org/~/media/Images/assets/image_gallery/frba_logo_rss http://www.frbatlanta.org/rss/ Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.4 Percent in January https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=F95A3EC3-0339-4D39-BE90-DEC677B8859D F95A3EC3-0339-4D39-BE90-DEC677B8859D Tue, 16 Feb 2021 13:20:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker was 3.4 percent for the three months ending January 2021 the same as December's reading. For workers who have remained employed during the COVID-19 pandemic, the median growth in hourly wages has not weakened anywhere as much as was experienced during the Great Recession. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.4 Percent in December https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=6E437E1D-B81B-4E79-86E2-FE5AEBF6C9D6 6E437E1D-B81B-4E79-86E2-FE5AEBF6C9D6 Thu, 14 Jan 2021 10:31:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker was 3.4 percent in December, similar to the 12-month average of 3.5 percent. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.5 Percent in September https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=451B695D-115D-42AC-8754-495CA7687735 451B695D-115D-42AC-8754-495CA7687735 Thu, 08 Oct 2020 09:10:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker was 3.5 percent in September, the same as in August. The fraction of workers seeing no change in their hourly rate of pay over the last 12 months rose further in September to 14.7 percent and is the highest level since January 2018. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.5 Percent in August https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=8AB3C5E2-7A50-4764-89FC-AC69250291D0 8AB3C5E2-7A50-4764-89FC-AC69250291D0 Fri, 11 Sep 2020 09:51:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker was 3.5 percent in August, down from 3.9 percent in July and close to its 12-month average of 3.6 percent. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.9 Percent in July https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=F512E9A1-00E1-48BB-AF95-38E1610C4983 F512E9A1-00E1-48BB-AF95-38E1610C4983 Tue, 18 Aug 2020 13:54:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker was 3.9 percent for July - well above the cyclical low of 3.3 percent recorded in April. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.8 Percent in June https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=2ACA35B1-C3F9-4385-8DB0-ED9EF6C164A7 2ACA35B1-C3F9-4385-8DB0-ED9EF6C164A7 Mon, 13 Jul 2020 10:13:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Track was 3.8 percent in June, up from 3.3 percent in April and 3.5 percent in May. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.5 Percent in May https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=06A00E3C-A7B1-45AB-BCF3-CD507B67C5B6 06A00E3C-A7B1-45AB-BCF3-CD507B67C5B6 Thu, 11 Jun 2020 10:00:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker came in at 3.5 percent for May, up from the low of 3.3 percent recorded in April. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.3 Percent in April https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=B5450BBB-8BD4-4FEE-A897-44813C9A7A72 B5450BBB-8BD4-4FEE-A897-44813C9A7A72 Thu, 14 May 2020 10:00:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker was 3.3 percent in April, down from 3.5 percent in March and 3.7 percent in February. This slowdown may reflect the high unemployment among young workers who, as a group, have a relatively low wage, but also tend to experience relatively high wage growth. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.5 Percent in March https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=FF0172E9-AD99-415A-A225-1E7C5DB3A43F FF0172E9-AD99-415A-A225-1E7C5DB3A43F Fri, 10 Apr 2020 13:00:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker came in at 3.5 percent in March compared to its 12-month average of 3.7 percent. Wage Growth Tracker Was 3.7 Percent in February https://www.frbatlanta.org:443/chcs/wage-growth-tracker?item=76E18758-49B9-47F6-92B5-62594ACF510D 76E18758-49B9-47F6-92B5-62594ACF510D Mon, 16 Mar 2020 14:02:00 EST The Atlanta Fed's Wage Growth Tracker averaged 3.7 percent for the three months ending February 2020, and the 12 month average held at 3.7 percent. For those in the lowest wage quartile, the 12 month average increased to 4.7 percent the highest since 2008.