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Percent of US Hourly Workers At or Below Federal Minimum Wage Since 2001

United States labor workers minimum wage

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Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics

 

To add: the last time the federal minimum wage rose was in 2009, and when combined with the effects of the 2008 recession, could explain the rise in 2009-2010.



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This isn't really "the future", though, is it?



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^^^ You're right. Would the history thread be more appropriate?



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You can delete this thread, I reposted here: https://www.futureti...-thread/page-31

 

I think it's a more appropriate place.


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