An ageing world could boost your pay but knock growth


An ageing world could boost your pay but knock growth

An ageing world population and a diminishing supply of workers could be about to boost real wages for those on lower and middle incomes.

Economic Analysis

24 September 2013

But while an increase in wages may hearten workers, it will not be welcome news for the economy, writes Stephen Blackman, RBS Group Economist.

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