The issue with the minimum wage is that it’s an arbitrary number of dollars a month. And then there’s the issue of what employers contribute to the cost of living. So, a $7.25 an hour minimum wage would go up to $8.60 an hour. What’s the point? Well, the point is that employers would contribute to the cost of living, and I, for one, would be a lot more willing to work for $8.
The issue with minimum wage is that it’s not just a certain amount of money a month, it’s an arbitrary number of dollars a month. So if you spend 7.25 dollars instead of 8.60 dollars, and then make the same amount of money to pay for the rent, you end up paying more for the rent. I’m trying to figure out the best way to do it, but it’s going to be hard to do.
I think the minimum wage is the wrong way to go about it. As long as the employer pays the same amount of money to each worker, then everyone is going to be paying the same amount of money. I think a better approach is to pay everyone according to their productivity or some other measure.
The best way I can think of for this to work is for the employer to pay all the employees the same amount of money. So instead of paying a higher salary to one employee, the employer will pay the same amount of money to all the employees, which makes it look like everyone was paid the same and everyone contributed the same to the company.
Paying everyone the same amount of money is the same thing as giving it to everyone else. A salary is essentially a percentage of a person’s earned income. It’s just another way to pay for your career.
The same goes for employers. If you pay your employees more they will be more likely to stay. If they don’t stay they won’t be paid more. The same goes for employers. If they don’t pay your employees more, they’ll be less likely to hire you.
Paying people to do things like getting a computer, or making a phone call, is the same as giving them the same amount of money. In order to provide those companies with the money they need, they have to give them the money to do things like they need, or pay them for your day-today work.
That’s what employers do. If you are paying people a certain amount of money to do something, you should pay them to do that thing. Otherwise they will just have to do it themselves and if they do it well they wont be paid a lot.
This is a bit hard to remember because it is so easy to say “that’s not what we do.” And that’s why I have trouble remembering exactly what employers do. But employers make a lot of things, and companies make a lot of things. They make the phone call, they get a computer, they get a phone bill, they pay for your day-to-day work. And those companies have to provide those things to their employees.
So, if you’ve ever had to ask someone to work for you they might have said something like, “you know, I’m working now, but if you want to work for me, you have to keep this thing on.