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On the whole, labor compenastion in the US retains stability over years. During the start of 2013 average earnings revealed moderate growth in major sectors. Utilities remaines the sector with the highest weekly earnings levels, yet showing slight decrease in the March 2013. Concerning job compensation among states, District of Columbia is the most favourable one in these terms.
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Population, Employment & Labor Markets - Monthly Update, April 2013US Regional Dataset, April 2013

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