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What age group in the United States has the largest percentage of its members living in poverty? User: What age group in the United States has the largest percentage of its members living in poverty? children young adults the middle aged the elderly
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How are wages for a particular job determined? by the federal Wage and Hour Department by the amount of inflation in the economy by the equilibrium between supply and demand for workers by advertisements in the newspaper or online
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