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Saturday, May 24, 2014

Real World Effects Of Minimum Wage

Merv Christ, owner of The Prime Cut (Bakersfield, CA), discusses why minimum wage laws have made life more difficult for low skill workers and spelled the end for movie ushers and gas station attendants.

I've always equated minimum wage with Entry Level. Entry Level is just that -> entry level. The goal is to get the work experience and acquire skills to move up. I'm not sure why people want to work an Entry Level position and expect to get paid like someone above Entry Level.

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