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Dealers Raise Workers' Pay, But Still Face High Turnover

According to the Automobile Dealers Association's fourth annual Dealership Workforce Study, car dealers are raising their employees’ pay, and getting higher productivity as a result. In 2014, the median weekly income for all new-car dealership employees increased 5.1% to $1,026. On average, dealership workers earned about 29% more than those in the U.S. private sector overall, according to the study, citing data compiled by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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