Larger employers in Minneapolis must pay $10 an hour to workers starting Jan. 1
Supporters of the $15 minimum wage increase celebrated after it was passed by City Council at City Hall, Friday, June 30, 2017 in Minneapolis, MN. ] ELIZABETH FLORES A email@example.com The climb toward a $15 minimum wage in Minneapolis begins Jan. 1, when workers at the city's largest employers will start earning no less than $10 an hour.
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#2 Dec 25, 2017
Performing simple menial tasks that a street smart baboon could do just isn't worth the same money that a position needing a degree.
Increasing these costs may end up the shops closing, depends on the shop.
#4 Dec 26, 2017
No he sure wont you need to actually have a job first.
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