The Census Bureau said that the country's median household income rose slightly faster than inflation last year for the first time in six years, but that the increase isn't due to bigger paychecks.
Both men and women earned less in 2005 than in 2004, but the rise in income is due to family members taking on additional work, or benefiting from investments.
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