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The wrought iron industry is the cornerstone of the U.S. economy, employing millions of Americans.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the industry employs nearly 14 million people, employing roughly 13 million workers.
It’s worth a lot of money to workers, too.
The industry’s wages are a whopping $1.2 trillion per year.
In 2016, the average worker made an average wage of $30,000 per year, according to the Department of Labor.
Wrought iron workers are also among the highest paid in the U, making $27,000 a year more than their counterparts in the steel industry.
Woven iron has also made the U an economic powerhouse.
In 2009, the U produced nearly 7.5 million tons of woven iron, more than all the steel, steel milling, and coal and coal-fired plants combined, according the Economic Policy Institute.
Worn-iron is also used to make steel and cement, as well as in the manufacture of other types of products, such as plastics, food packaging, and medical equipment.
In fact, the United States exported nearly $3 trillion worth of wrenched iron last year, nearly one-third of the global exports of all types.
This industry is growing and thriving.
According the U: The Woven Iron Industry, the total annual wage growth of the industry is about 9 percent, and the percentage of the workforce in the industry that is full-time jobs increased by over 15 percent between 2007 and 2020.
In 2019, the woven-iron industry added 1,769 full- and part-time employees, a 5.2 percent increase.
The United States has more than 200 million woven workers, making it the fourth largest woven worker economy in the world.
A large chunk of these workers are women, and many of them earn minimum wage, which is around $10.20 an hour.
In addition, many workers are part-timers, which means they work two or more jobs at the same time.
According an analysis by the Economic Research Service, the median hourly wage for a woman working full- or part- time was $8.19 in 2018.
The median hourly hourly wage is higher than the national average, but it is not as high as the industry’s pay, which has risen by more than $20 an employee since 2007.
Wrenched-iron workers have to fight to get ahead.
While many of the workers in the wrenched-stone industry have received benefits and health care, some do not.
The wage gap between men and women is particularly stark, according an analysis of data from the National Women’s Law Center, which analyzed data from more than 60 years of the WTT report.
According a 2016 study by the National Employment Law Project, the wage gap is widest for workers in low-wage industries.
For example, the gender wage gap for low-paid factory workers is between 8 and 15 percent, while the gender gap for tipped workers is more than 50 percent.
This gender gap in the wage is especially high for tipped employees, who earn more than a full- time worker does.
According as the National Labor Relations Board, “the median hourly earnings for tipped wage earners in 2016 were about $8 per hour less than the median wages of all hourly workers in 2016, a difference of $6.34 for tipped tipped workers and $15.50 for hourly workers.”
The wage difference is even more pronounced for tipped women, who are paid about twice as much as their male counterparts.
Women make up about 12 percent of the labor force in the United Kingdom, where WTT is based.
In the U., the gap is much larger, with about 26 percent of tipped workers in 2017, compared to about 15 percent of all workers in other countries.
It seems like there’s still much to be done to close this wage gap.
However, according a report from the Economic Studies Association, women’s earnings are growing faster than men’s.
In 2017, the women’s hourly wage increased by 0.6 percent, the men’s by 0 the same amount.
According TOEFL, the highest-level test for educational attainment, women are graduating from high school with an average score of 4.6, while men graduate with an annual average of 4,638.
The U.K. has the highest percentage of students in colleges and universities who are female in the OECD.
The average percentage of women who graduate from high schools is almost 20 percent, compared with about 11 percent of men.
In 2018, the female-to-male ratio in high schools in the UK was 17.4 percent, versus about 12.4 for the U