The median weekly earnings of men who work full-time stood at $871 in 2014—about 2 percent lower than the $888 of 1979, after adjusting for inflation. But this small decline in the median masks the different fortunes of men at the top and bottom of the income scale...
Usual weekly earnings of highest-paid 10 percent of men who work full-time
Percent change: +34%
Usual weekly earnings of lowest-paid 10 percent of men who work full-time
Percent change: -12%
Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, A Look at Pay at the Top, the Bottom, and In Between