The minimum wage

May 1996
Economic Trends (07482922);May96, p13
Trade Publication
Presents minimum wage trends in the United States as of May 1996. Federal minimum and real wage rates; Minimum wage workers by age; Minimum wage workers by sex and marital status; Indications of a reduction in employment with a hike in the minimum wage; Positive and negative effects of the minimum wage.


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