WASHINGTON -- The Clinton administration may be raising false hopes when officials say better wages are on the horizon for the nation's workers.

The first official to sound the trumpet was Labor Secretary Robert Reich, when he briefed White House reporters after the government issued a strong employment report showing the civilian jobless rate held steady at 6% in June.

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