The NJ Policy Perspective says it’s one in four, but who is counting? They also say 47% of those earning less than $15 an hour attended or graduated from college (with a degree in what?).
But here is my question for today? What does a wage to $15.00 do to health care costs given the workers in that field who are affected? And remember, we are not talking about just raising these workers to $15.00, but there is also the impact on wages for other workers who currently earn $15,$16,$17,$18, etc.
Ignoring consequences seems a tool in trade for the far left. If only it was that easy. 😰