Even so, Seattle metro’s share of low-wage earners is on the low end among large cities, Brookings study finds
Seattle ranked as the leading major market for job openings as of October, Glassdoor study finds
Companies face legal risks if they rely on salary history rather than equal pay
New reports out this month point to significant growth in the city, county and state.
Tied with San Francisco for best in the nation, Seattle's wages grew 2.1 percent from October 2016 to October 2017.
Without more middle-income jobs, Seattle faces a tough climb.