Thirty states and the District of Columbia have adopted wage floors that exceed the $7.25 federal minimum.
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As frontline workers are risking their lives, the university should be paying them a living wage.
The City Council voted to approve the fiscal year 2021 budget and to continue curbside recycling and the distribution of city bags.
Higher wages for solid waste workers, limits on what can be set at the curb proposed as amendments to the city budget for fiscal 2021.
New rules would restrict what households can set at the curbside and give trash collectors a $5-per-hour raise.
The real cause of crime is lack of education and the poverty that results from too many being ill-prepared to hold a job.
Workers from the service industry, fast-food chains and the gig economy are rallying with organized labor to protest systemic racism and economic inequality.
Rep. Kip Kendrick joined the Census Bureau's job fair Friday at the MU Student Center.
"Wealth work" emerges as a key source of jobs as income inequality reshapes workforce.