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Bay of Plenty still struggles despite highest wage increase

Stephanie Flores
Tue, 03 Dec 2013

The Bay of Plenty has seen the highest rise in income in recent years and, across the country, the wage gap between men and women shows signs of shrinking, according to income data recently released by Statistics NZ.

Median income across the country has risen $4100 to $28,500 since 2006 when

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Stephanie Flores
Tue, 03 Dec 2013
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