The road to prosperity is education and hard work. And that hard work starts in pre-k and doesnt stop until a college degree or vocation is earned.<quoted text>
You never could support a house on minimum wage, at least not without roommates. I never made less than double the minimum wage after I left my parents home, and still couldn't hardly afford all the bills by myself.
Nevertheless these low paying institutions like McDonalds and Walmart can pay more to people who do exceptionally well.
Im not talking about everyone but the 10% or 15% that exceed and work extra hard. There should be more pay for these people and better benefits. In doing so the corporations would be making their business stronger and more profitable.