Six years of war have done more to skyrocket British factory wages than
decades of peace. Last week the Ministry of Labor announced that
average wages had gone up 76% (men's, 73%; women's, 94%). The take-home
result: average pay for men in British factories is now $23.80 a week;
for women, $12.64.
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