rise from


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Rents in New Jersey have risen for four successive quarters to reach $18.96 from $18.72 per square foot, a 23.4 percent rise from this point in 1997.
The top 0.1 percent of all taxpayers (roughly speaking those making over $200,000 a year) saw their share of income tax payments rise from 7 percent in 1981 to 14 percent in 1986.
The rates of men's participation in the labor force over the past three decades appear to be consistent with this view, as they rise from men's teenage years into middle age and then fall off in their later years (chart 4).