Minimum wage fight may heat up after new study finds jobs and hours fell in Seattle
- June 26, 2017
- David Neumark, economics, in the San Diego Tribune, June 26, 2017
“A high minimum wage in Los Angeles is likely to do more harm because you have more minority, low-pay, low-skill workers,” said David Neumark, an economist at UC Irvine.
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