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$15 an Hour

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Great social commentary, short and to the point.
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Didn't see that coming .........can i i share this with some friends on FB pls?

This is so sad but true.

While these jobs tend to be low skilled and require little credentials, the people who work them are the ones who keep society running. Think about how many people depend on Wal- Mart, or fast food restaurants for a quick and cheap meal. Those industries would be nothing without their employees

I'm not saying every business should pay their workers 15 bucks an hour (some just can't afford to) but big businesses like McDonald's or Wal- Mart should. It would be easy for them. Both franchises get so much business I doubt they'd have to increase prices much to compensate. Fifteen dollar wages serve as good incentive to get employment at said franchises as well.

In short, if a business can afford to pay their employees more, I believe they should.

This is one of 'those' subjects.. I need to thread carefully here, so all I will say is.. if you want a long and extensive review from me for which i have to work harder all I want in return is $15 an hour.

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