Pot, Terrorism Boost Security-Guard Pay in Era of Puny Wages – Bloomberg

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Despite the lowest unemployment rate since 2000, wages for American workers rose at a relatively tepid pace last year.  For security guards, it’s a different story.

Average hourly earnings for employees in security and armored car services jumped 17 percent to $17.45 in the 13 months through November, compared with a 2.5 percent increase for all U.S. private-sector workers in the same period.

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Pay for U.S. security guards is rising at faster pace than for other workers.

Why such big gains? Possible reasons include terrorism, marijuana and organized labor.

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