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Equitable Growth 4h
The nat'l conversation about raising the has been almost singularly focused on dis-employment—for which there is ambiguous or no evidence. But what about worker well-being? Here’s what the evidence shows, writes
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prof sumit agarwal 15h
In a recent paper we study minimum wage increase and its impact on rental defaults. We find that rental defaults decrease due the minimum wage increases but landlords increase rent over time.
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thunderbolt Nov 18
Why do you need $100,000 to debate Charlie Kirk? It that so you don't have to live on ?
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Remso W. Martinez 🎙 Nov 15
Someone working full time making should be exempt from paying the federal
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RootsTv Nov 19
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Longinus Dexter Nov 19
"... a panel in 2012 found duplication, waste and irrelevance among the then 542 federal MDAs, with about 50 lacking enabling laws. Many more have since been created by the reckless National Assembly with no thought for funding sources." - on
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KillerCrook 7h
should be tied to economics. It shouldn't HAVE to be a topic. The problem is no one's wages have risen with economics within the last decade. Everyone is being paid far below what they deserve based on economical climate
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GLENNpm Nov 18
(1/8) My state voted to significantly increase . Here are my predictions for the :
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Vox Chao Nov 16
Replying to @BernieSanders
The benefits of increasing the minimum wage by any amount greatly outweigh the drawbacks. Greatly!
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gambling man 14h
Replying to @DailyMailUK
Crap hours crap pay 🙈🙈
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Saifullahi  Ahmad 10h
Ghost workers, leakages in revenue generation, unnecessary grants nd awards until they are blocked the NLC will remain a mirage, a nightmare in the Nig. Labour market.
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shaggy ;) Nov 19
So called parliament members 🖕🏿🖕🏿🖕🏿 their basic salary is 72000 mvr and they are trying to set 5000mvr for all labor of the nation in which in 21st century a family can’t feed their children from that , shame on parliament and shame on newly elected government
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C B Nov 18
Hope no one's expecting anything for Christmas cause I'm more broke than a Greeks dinner plate
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Nadia 18h
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BC Poverty Reduction 8h
Child poverty huge issue in BC but we have the answers and can make a difference through strong policy: recommends increasing incomes through adequate and rates, and income supports.
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CSJ Nov 19
The legislation on minimum wage does not state that every employee should pay the minimum; they can go higher. Yes, wages should be deregulated according to the ability of states, local governments and generally, employers to pay.
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#15forDIA Nov 19
BREAKING! has certified that will be on the ballot for the May 7, 2019 Municipal General Election. Thousands of workers are on their way to winning a $15/hour .
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Maureen Esokawu Nov 16
Any Governor lamenting he can't pay the proposed minimum wage should step down. We need leaders who are innovative, they were elected to make something out of limited resources as CEO of their states.
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DIR Communications 2h
Do you earn tips at work? If so, you must still be paid at least the per hour. Learn more about your rights here:
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Raj Nair 14h
...struggling to adjust time in a digital timepeace. Is 'time' a good measure? unfortunately, it's linked with/to money, o' bugga...
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