Twenty states are raising their minimum wage rates — some by pennies, others by …


Twenty states are raising their minimum wage rates — some by pennies, others by a dollar or more — to adjust for cost-of-living gains or to ratchet up toward goals like $15-an-hour. The federal minimum wage of $7.25 per hour hasn’t budged since 2009. Tap the link in our bio to see all the states changing their minimum wage. ⁠
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  1. It’s a nice idea .. but it will hurt a lot of small businesses.. rents aren’t going down, insurance, license fees, taxes ( both payroll and Corp). You can only raise prices so much !!! So how do you cover all these increases ??

  2. I completely agree you can’t live on $7.25 an hour. But when these minimum wage jobs keep going to touch screens and automatic bots ect they going to wish they were around. Really don’t need a person to take your order at Wendy’s. Just touch a screen.

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