Legalize Work: minimum wage harms people with significant employment barriers

Economists agree that a high minimum wage harms low income people and creates unemployment. What they don’t agree on is whether the benefits to some people make it worthwhile.

Sam Sullivan describes his analysis and proposes ways to make it possible for people with employment barriers to get on the job ladder again.

Minimum wage increase or hike is being debated and explained by academics and advocates in Canada, Ontario, British Columbia regarding unemployment effects. Facts and understanding and history in relation to jobs legislation and law are needed more than ever.

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