Thursday, January 28, 2016

Data Show These 6 Big Cities Aren’t Faring Well After Minimum Wage Hikes

Data shows a downhill economic trend for six big U.S. cities that hiked the minimum wage to $10 or more an hour in 2015. --“Chicago, Oakland, San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.—all on the leading edge of the push for big minimum wage hikes—all show worrisome job trends,” wrote Jed Graham of Investor’s Business Daily.

Read more at the Daily Signal
(Hat tip: KimR)


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