The previous first quarter productivity drop of 7.4% was the largest quarterly drop in 74 years.  Today the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports the second quarter productivity dropped another 4.6% [Data Here]. For July, companies are paying 5.7% higher wages and getting a 4.6% drop in output, resulting in a total unit labor cost
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