In the land of economic statistics, a curious dichotomy emerges. While headlines boast of a bustling U.S. economy with "strong job numbers" and "a slowing rate of inflation," a different reality persists for millions of Americans locked in a minimum-wage struggle and those who work for National Association of Mortgage Field Services (NAMFS) members. These workers, the very backbone of our Nation, face a stagnant wage floor that has remained unchanged since the 20th Century, frozen in time, as their minimum wage colleagues exist in a slave . . .
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