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Take-home pay for many American workers has effectively fallen since the economic recovery began in 2009.
Wages have stagnated for America’s workers across the board, but those in lower-paying jobs are being hit the hardest.
Seattle’s first-in-the-nation $15 minimum wage began to phase in this spring after a federal court rejected the fast food industry’s(…)
St. Louis, Missouri became the latest in a growing list of cities raising their local minimum wage to address the(…)
Washington State’s Supreme Court upheld the voter-approved initiative.
The appetite for fair wages knows no regional boundaries.
Birmingham’s minimum wage will increase to $8.50 in July 2016 and to $10.10 in July 2017.
Nearly 3 in 4 bank tellers in the U.S. earn less than $15 an hour, NELP’s study finds.
Could higher wages for bank tellers be the next battle in the fight for $15?