Bank of America said Tuesday that it will raise the hourly minimum wage of its U…


Bank of America said Tuesday that it will raise the hourly minimum wage of its US employees to $25 by 2025. “It costs us a few hundred million dollars a year … but it’s an investment,” CEO Brian Moynihan said, adding that it’s about maintaining a “great standard of living for our teammates.” The news comes amid a nationwide debate around minimum wage with President Joe Biden expressing his support for a federal minimum wage of $15 an hour. ⁠

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  1. The conditions for the working class is so horrible that corporate America is feeling sorry

  2. A lot of people are saying that unemployment benefits are taking away the incentive to return to work. But in reality, the rich have gotten richer during the pandemic, while the poor have gotten poorer. It’s about time some of these places raise their minimum wages. If people make more money from unemployment benefits than from their jobs, that says more about the jobs than it does about anything else.

  3. They’ll replace most jobs with a kiosk… So those lower paying jobs will be gone by then

  4. Then they will fire everyone and force two people to do everyone’s work👏👏👏

  5. Somebody with that college degree better be making $50/hr or more then. Especially if this job not requiring education

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