A city-funded research team at the University of Washington found that Seattle’s rising wage floor left affected employees with $125 less per month on average.
A city-funded research team at the University of Washington found that Seattle’s rising wage floor left affected employees with $125 less per month on average. Ted S. Warren AP
A city-funded research team at the University of Washington found that Seattle’s rising wage floor left affected employees with $125 less per month on average. Ted S. Warren AP

Beware unintended consequences of minimum wage hike

September 10, 2017 08:30 PM

UPDATED September 10, 2017 08:30 PM

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