Higher minimum wage, fewer jobs
A study just released by the University of California-Riverside, has found that the state’s restaurants are creating fewer jobs because of the rising minimum wage. Those most impacted by the lost opportunities are part-time workers, lowskilled workers, and the disabled.
The regions of the state most impacted are the ones with higher unemployment rates, historically. That includes the Central Valley. When I say they, I mean conservatives told us this would happen.
California needs better Democrats and more Conservatives. Is it too much to ask for economic solutions for economic problems instead of political solutions that don't work for economic problems? – Bill Riggs, Clovis