What would a $15 minimum wage mean for America’s economy? | The Economist

What would a $15 minimum wage mean for America's economy?

The large increase carries risks for jobs. But history suggests it could bring large rewards

MOST AMERICANS share President Joe Biden's enthusiasm for increasing the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour from $7.25. Two-thirds of them-and more than 40% of Republicans-favour such a rise, according to Pew Research Centre, a polling firm. Economists, however, are more divided.

Live News Feed

News Feed featuring the top articles in the finance world from global publications such as Financial Times and the Economist.

Click here to view

Powered by © Neon Accelerator

From the Web

Tesla. Apple and Amazon Headline a Heavy Earnings Week

June 23, 2021 | From the web

More than a third of the S&P 500 are expected to report their quarterly results in the coming week. as companies detail how the reopening world is affecting their businesses.

Read More >

Shell Norco. Louisiana. hydrocracker partially shut to repair leak -sources

April 26, 2021 | From the web

Shell Norco. Louisiana. hydrocracker partially shut to repair leak -sources | Financial News

Read More >

LIVE MARKETS-Inflation chatter on front burner this earnings season

April 26, 2021 | From the web

LIVE MARKETS-Inflation chatter on front burner this earnings season | Financial News

Read More >

UK earnings. trading statements calendar – next 7 days

April 26, 2021 | From the web

UK earnings. trading statements calendar – next 7 days | Financial News

Read More >
Go to Top