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Raymond Lau May 14
£28.93 in 7 hours. Explain that?
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Inconsistent Fool 46m
, I don’t blame you for ; it’s management’s fault. I can dismiss idiotic gloryholification (coining term) of but calling kids idiots for trying to better themselves by going to college
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CoachKoury 12h
So in is $7.25 . has been trying to pass a bill to raise minimum-wage to $9.00 and yet, it has failed again .. Louisiana is the worst fucking state ever
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allgonnadie May 20
Replying to @BernieSanders
The problem is that greed is rewarded under the current tax code. In the 1960s tax rate was 91% over $400k (in today's money) - nothing close to that now. We need as well as , and no more than 20x difference between them. Will you be that guy?
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Barrel May 21
As someone who has worked for minimum wage, no it isn't livable at all, as I had to consider if I needed my medicine, gas, or pay my electricity bill, so no it isn't livable if you have to make tough sacrifices, I however had the privilege of having my mother's help.
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TomatoGravy 14h
I bet if Trump couldn’t get his daily Big Mac bc of wage strikes he’d up the . 🤷🏼‍♂️
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Luke O'Donovan May 15
Raising the Minimum Wage might not be such a good idea heres why:
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Star Tribune Opinion May 15
We don't need a one-size-fits-all federal . Just like gas taxes, it's a state-by-state situation. And that works. By WaPo's Charles Lane.
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Jos Duerinck 27m
Replying to @ING_Economics
All this trade war business certainly hasn’t really hurt the dollar so far... That is correct £ € $ still very strong but is hurt now... Fair needs now not 82.82 but 83 to keep the for the middle class ~ $12 now...
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TomatoGravy 14h
Crazy that most of these are jobs. And most ppl don’t last the full year to get a .25 raise. 🤷🏼‍♂️ Automatic Poultry Processing Plant - Chicken Processing Plant via
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what’s mine won’t miss me. 17h
Replying to @_Starsabreep
That’s why people are rallying to get raised to a LIVABLE wage. & the companies that are already adopting that have had better retention rates. Companies are actually realizing that if you pay your employees what they’re worth + provide benefits like unlimited PTO
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Black Panther Peeps 17h
Like they do in America? Once was established, most businesses see that as all they have to pay you, not an optional point or a starting point - that's it. We don't care about your experience, here's your $8.15
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allgonnadie May 20
Replying to @BernieSanders
Sounds good in theory, but now that I've seen the elderly having to pay $15+/hour for round the clock care out of pocket (and going broke fast), big seems like a lesser idea than and wage liberalization.
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Employee Benefits May 22
Do you think that the lower minimum tier for young employees should be abolished? What is your thinking around this? Take part in our poll and let us know:
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Sen. Troy A. Carter 22h
I will continue to fight for a real living wage... Louisiana’s workers deserve better!
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John Moser May 14
Replying to @MayaRockeymoore
Give people fair wages. A structural would restore America to what it was in the 50s and 60s: there is a pie out there for every person, and the lowest-paid worker once got 2/3. It became 1/2, then 1/4. The slice weighs the same, but the pie is bigger. Make it 2/3.
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Jonathon Trugman 16h
My Column: We All Benefit from The Tax Cuts
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Nick Roman May 21
Wonder if considered how a hike to $15 will affect rent in the state?
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isaaclar 23h
When I look at policies I also see the somewhat reasonable to assume quagmire some of these programs would create. Unintended results of well meaning plans. I really only trust to navigate through to good policy. vs
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Stewart Ledbetter May 21
. Senate just approved (compromise) bill... instead of $15 by 2024, they voted for $12.50 by 2021... House to consider when reps return Wednesday.
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