To what extent did New Deal legislation represent a change in American government? This question is particularly important because it shows how the effects and the preventative masseurs of the past directly influence the way things work today. How the Social Security Act, the development of the State Welfare Programs, and Industrial Pensions and Welfare Capitalism stabilized the economy, protect the individual US citizen, and prevent another economic disaster from occurring.
The cost of living is so high, especially in major cities such as New York, it is nearly unbearable to raise a family that’s earning minimum wage. A single-family have to make ends meet to survive on a minimum wage job. The living expense is just too outrageous to do it alone. The salary of minimum wage workers are dynamic to their families. In most households, the regular minimum wage worker
The economics behind raising the minimum wage in the United States are largely misunderstood. Increases in minimum wage prove to increase unemployment among unskilled workers, leading to a survival-of-the-fittest labor market, where only the most skilled and desirable workers retain their jobs. Those justifying raising the minimum wage need to realize there are innumerable people who cannot read, write, or socialize adequately enough to be paid wage premiums such as $15