Related Program: The Record The American Wealth Gap, Changing Jobs, And Rising Wages By Marcie Sillman & Amina Al-Sadi • Jun 23, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / 7:30 Marcie Sillman talks to Seattle Times columnist Jon Talton about the paper's annual report on executive pay. In addition, the two discuss how jobs in America have shifted to service jobs. Tags: businesseconomyTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Northwest Wheat Harvest Could Be Down This Summer By Chris Lehman • Jun 23, 2014 Listen Listening... / Farmers in Oregon, Idaho and Washington are expected to harvest less wheat this summer. The weather forecast has a lot to do with it. What Climate Change Could Mean For Your Grape Juice By Courtney Flatt • Jun 23, 2014 PROSSER, Wash. -- The sun beats down as researcher Markus Keller leans in to inspect his experimental vineyard. “As you can see here, there’s a lot of flowers forming on the different shoots,” Keller says. The grape leaves hang down like a curtain over the rows of vines. This year’s crop looks to be strong. For connoisseurs of fine grape jellies and juices, this is a reason to rejoice. For collectors of fine wines? Not so much. These are Concord grapes -- which make up 99 percent of the variety that go in to juice and jelly production, Keller says. Cities Look To Lure Away Seattle Businesses After $15 Wage Hike By David Hyde • Jun 19, 2014 Listen Listening... / 8:09 David Hyde interviews Carl Adrian, president of the Tri-City Development Council. He has a message to Seattle entrepreneurs that want to relocate due to the hike in the minimum wage here: "We're open for business." Washington State Jobless Rate Holds Steady In May By Tom Banse • Jun 19, 2014 Listen Listening... / The unemployment rate in Washington state is holding steady at 6.1 percent according to the latest numbers out Wednesday from the state Employment Security Department.