Listener questions on gas, contactless payments, and wages. : The Indicator from Planet Money Cardiff and Stacey answer some listener questions about the rebounding demand for gas, the rise of contactless payments, and how wages have changed for low-income workers over the past few years.
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Some Listener Questions!

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Some Listener Questions!

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A person wearing a protective mask holds a fuel pump nozzle while refueling at a Chevron.
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The demand for gas plummeted during the start of the coronavirus pandemic; why has it returned? What's the state of wage growth for low-income workers? And what's up with cash?

Today on the show, Stacey and Cardiff answer a few listener questions!

If you have a question, you can send it to indicator@npr.org

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