Report: Minimum wage bump will cost 200 jobs

BY RAISING the state minimum wage from $7.40 to $7.75, the General Assembly will make it even more difficult for teenagers to find jobs, according to a new report from the Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity.
BY RAISING the state minimum wage from $7.40 to $7.75, the General Assembly will make it even more difficult for teenagers to find jobs, according to a new report from the Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity.
PROVIDENCE – By raising the state minimum wage from $7.40 to $7.75, the General Assembly will make it even more difficult for teenagers to find jobs, according to a new report from the Rhode Island Center for Freedom and Prosperity. Rhode Island teens are expected to see 200 fewer jobs this year – a loss…
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