Study: Essential-worker pay gap in R.I. among highest in nation

PROVIDENCE – Essential workers in Rhode Island earn 26% less than the average salary in the state, ranking as the No. 4 biggest difference in the nation, according to a recent study from Business.org. The study looked at May 2019 Bureau of Labor Statistics wage data for retail salespersons, postal service mail carriers, light truck…

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