Topic Minimum Wage

The minimum wage in the United States continues to be one of the most important policy levers for establishing a floor for job quality. Equitable Growth’s research and analysis demonstrates that higher minimum wages has the potential to increase earnings without reducing employment.

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Where does your state’s minimum wage rank against the median wage?

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Maintaining effective U.S. labor standards enforcement through the coronavirus recession

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The redistributional consequences of multiple minimum wages

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Building worker power in the United States

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Reforming Unemployment Insurance across the United States

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Expert Focus: Leading Black scholars on U.S. economic inequality and growth (Part 2)

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Better workplace conditions for long-term eldercare staff are key to promoting resident safety amid the coronavirus pandemic

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Worker earnings, service quality, and firm profitability: Evidence from nursing homes and minimum wage reforms

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Factsheet: How strong unions can restore workers’ bargaining power

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The coronavirus recession exposes how U.S. labor laws fail gig workers and independent contractors

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