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[–] brainbaobao 0 points 17 points (+17|-0) ago 

Thanks! I copied the conclusions from each study below.

Economists have conducted hundreds of studies of the employment impact of the minimum wage. Summarizing those studies is a daunting task, but two recent meta-studies analyzing the research conducted since the early 1990s concludes that the minimum wage has little or no discernible effect on the employment prospects of low-wage workers.

Put simply, our findings indicate that minimum wage increases—in the range that have been implemented in the United States—do not reduce employment among teens

These estimates suggest no detectable employment losses from the kind of minimum wage increases we have seen in the United States.

The increase in New Jersey’s minimum wage probably had no effect on total employment in New Jersey’s fast-food industry, and possibly had a small positive effect


[–] shutupdonny 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

Thanks for catering to our laziness baobao.


[–] MaryJanesBestBud 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

You are awesome!!! Thanks!