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In a new report, the OECD said that positive employment trends are at risk of being overshadowed by “unprecedented” wage stagnation. While labour participation continues to rise and unemployment has reached record lows in some OECD countries, wage growth has been significantly more sluggish than before the global financial crisis. As at the end of 2017, wages growth in the OECD area was only half of what it was 10 years earlier. Wage stagnation is also hitting low-paid earners particularly hard.