The States Where $15 Isn’t A Living Wage

Thousands of workers all over the country have walked out, embarked on hunger strikes, and staged sit-ins in restaurants over the past year, all in the pursuit of a $15 minimum wage. The Fight for $15 campaign has garnered headlines and built momentum around the country for raising salaries among low-wage workers. The effort has organized workers in small towns in Arkansas and larger cities such as New York and San Francisco alike. As a result, progressive strongholds have implemented higher minimum wages. But federal minimum wage still remains at an impossibly low $7.25 per hour.
The States Where $15 Isn’t A Living Wage

The States Where $15 Isn’t A Living Wage


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