David Neumark

Some economists consider the proposal a job killer that will limit tips and force restaurants to close. A University of California, Irvine study found that every dollar increase in the tipped minimum wage will cut jobs by 6%. The research indicates worker earnings will drop by 5.6%, and tipped employee households will lose $8,000 a year.

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