In a recent working paper, economists Grace Lordan, of the London School of Economics, and David Neumark, at the University of California Irvine …. found that when the minimum wage went up, workers who had a high-school diploma or less in “automatable” jobs such as operating sewing machines were more likely to become unemployed.

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