Connect the Dots
Let’s look at the issue of Fair Pay and connect the dots
The Chamber of Commerce spent $53 million in 2007 to stop an increase in the minimum wage. So Washington is stuck in neutral. Even though...
Of everyday Americans believe that the minimum wage should keep a full-time worker out of poverty.
The number of working Americans living in poverty.
300 to 1
Corporate CEO compensation is 300 times more than the average worker salary.
Sources: Demos, Hart Research, Bureau of Labor Statistics
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