Fed turns to job hoppers as 1950s inflation guide shows its age

JOB HOPPING leads to higher pay gains during strong U.S. economies, according to Bloomberg. / COURTESY BLOOMBERG
JOB HOPPING leads to higher pay gains during strong U.S. economies, according to Bloomberg. / COURTESY BLOOMBERG
ATLANTA - Adrienne Heintz, an Atlanta marketing professional, has discovered a reliable way to earn higher wages, and Federal Reserve economists are taking note. The Auburn University alumnus changed jobs twice in the past two years and nabbed raises of 10 percent and 8 percent as a result. “Switching positions internally or externally is definitely…

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