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Felicita Rivera, a machine operator for a Worcester plastics maker, earns the minimum wage and hasn't had a raise since 1999. Meantime, eight operators do the work once done by 20.

Workers do more, but wages fall short

Productivity link broken, study says

By Robert Gavin
Globe Staff / October 10, 2006

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Massachusetts workers are producing more than ever, and doing it more efficiently, but their earnings have barely budged since the end of the Dukakis administration, a Northeastern University study concludes. (Full article: 944 words)

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