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That level applies to employers with 500 or more employees. I can see the line of medium-sized businesses preparing to close their doors or move out of the city.
The article also reminds us that on January 1, the state minimum wage rises to $15.74 per hour. No business will be able to afford to hire young people for their first jobs. How many jobs will be automated out of existence?
The Leftists who run the state and the city pride themselves on forcing employers to pay their employees a “living wage,” even for jobs that are simply not designed for people to make a living on. Especially in one of the most expensive cities in the country for housing costs. They have no clue that employers must pass the higher costs on to their customers, who can always go elsewhere to eat or shop.Published in