Second article in a series on minimum wages.
Note: This is an expanded, footnoted version of the article published by Inter Press Service.
In 1958, when New York State was considering raising its minimum wage 33% from $0.75 to $1.00, merchants at hearings complained that their profit margins were so small that [...]
Seattle, Washington, United States
Note: This is an expanded, footnoted version of the article published on June 3, 2014 under the same headline by Inter Press Service.
English: Low-Wage Workers Butt Heads With 21st Century Capital. http://www.ipsnews.net/2014/06/low-wage-workers-butt-heads-with-21st-century-capital
In reporting on economic issues, numbers often lie.
Well, OK, let’s not blame the numbers themselves. Let’s not even assume that the intent of those who deploy them is to deceive.
We’re still facing a pervasive problem: numbers and especially dollar figures without context – the fraction of the larger numbers of which [...]
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