recent bare minimum wage and living wage debates, it is often heard that there is no work loss that come with a remitted wage boost. A majority of economists question the “no displacement” concept, but quite a few policymakers and their constituents feel this theory to get true. Contrary to popular judgment, mandating an increased minimum wage comes at a cost. But imagine if, despite a credible entire body of economical research for the contrary, there isn't any job loss using a mandated wage hike?
rights and fair treatment. A Fair Minimum wage The majority of minimum wage workers in America are women,1 who are often struggling to raise families under those wages. Montgomery County has led the way in Maryland by increasing the minimum wage to $11.50 an hour by 2017. Now it’s time raise the national minimum wage for workers across the country. Any parent working a full-time job should be able to support their family, yet the current $7.25 federal minimum wage falls woefully short of providing