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The average wage today is about $25 an hour. "Lower quality employment might help explain the sluggish growth in personal income," Mr. Tal says. The report digs deeper to rule out demographic issues that can skew job quality trends, in particular, the declining share of young Canadians and the rising share of older Canadians. For Canadians in their prime working years (age 25 to 54 years), 53 per cent make less than the average wage today, up 3 per cent from 20 years ago. "The story is the same: The share of lower-paying jobs has been on the rise," Mr. Tal says. Interestingly, the most significant increase in the below-average paying jobs category occurred among those in the wage range of between 50 per cent and 100 per cent of the average wage in a given year. That group has seen its number rise by close to two million since 1997.

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