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BnTeT | 
Australia 100T_TOP_100 
This girl in NA worked for 70 hours and only got $9 She is living the NA dream my friends. She gets $2 an hour for being a waiter. yikes. news.com.au/finance/work/at-work/bartend..
2020-02-14 05:00
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Minimum wage in actual 1st world countries: USD currency for my NA friends: Luxembourg ($13.78) Australia ($12.14) France ($11.66) New Zealand ($11.20) Germany ($10.87) Netherlands ($10.44) Belgium ($10.38) United Kingdom ($10.34) Ireland ($9.62) Canada ($9.52)
2020-02-14 05:01
#4
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Korea kaiske 
Denmark: 0 Finland: 0 Austria: 0 Singapore: 0 Norway: 0 Switzerland: 0
2020-02-14 05:07
#24
God | 
Finland Costeri 
Finland doesn't have law for minimum wage. Labour unions and embolyers unions make so called collective labor agreements which has minimum wage on it.
2020-02-14 05:39
#25
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Korea kaiske 
I know most countries I listed are like that
2020-02-14 05:39
#29
God | 
Finland Costeri 
Ah I see, my bad
2020-02-14 05:44
#66
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Europe Niko0 
Well yeah, but i have never met anyone who get less than 12e/h 13usd/h in any job in finland. Expect maybe some summerjobs and shit like that.
2020-02-14 14:37
#79
God | 
Finland Costeri 
Then you need bigger sample size
2020-02-15 16:56
#82
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Europe Niko0 
Well what job pays you less than 12e/h? Even at Lidl, employees get more than that
2020-02-15 17:30
depends. if u just started you will have like 9€/h in a store like lidl, pretty much any factory job and even worse if dare do phone sales job (they can go as low as 4€/h) cus they can just say something like "youll get to great pay with comission". You wont.
2020-02-16 08:43
I did work in phone sales (in Finland) for over a year, and the pay is actually decent and most of time time you can just work 6h days etc. Worked in few different companies, never had base pay less than 9.5€/h, and with commission it averaged around 12, and at best times more than 15. And I wasn't even nearly the best. But it is true that some companies, and mainly in the past, offered bad base pay but the industry has evolved a lot from that.
2020-02-16 11:32
#103
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Europe Niko0 
Well yeah but telemarketing is not a stable job anyways. It goes in the category of summer jobs. And i have couple friends working in markets and they all had starting salary of 12e/h
2020-02-16 13:44
#92
gla1ve | 
Denmark flapdur 
Rules in Denmark are like the ones in Finland (#24), but wages are generally high. The lowest wage for an adult, that I could find, is for a cleaning woman with no experience, and working without fixed targets for a days work - she gets 16$. If she´s working with a fixed target (she MUST manage so and so during the day) her starting wage is just over 20$/hour, before taxes are paid. After taxes that would be 14-15$. For under 18 I think it´s 10-11$ before taxes. An average job like mine (a teacher) is around 32 $/hour. (Calculated as 37 hours per week, 52 weeks per year). That´s 20$/hour after taxes are paid.
2020-02-16 09:27
#104
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Europe Niko0 
37h? Isnt the normal amount 40? I myself do 50h/week with 27e/h but still get more after taxes :D
2020-02-16 13:46
No. 37 hours work week is the norm in Denmark. As a teacher I have more vacation days than most jobs, but work 40 hours, so my number of hours in a year is the same as other jobs with 37 hours. And yes, danish taxes are some of the highest in the world, but comes with a lot of free or subsidised stuff (1 year paid Maternity Leave, free Health Care and Education) ... as you must have heard a million times.
2020-02-16 13:59
#108
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Europe Niko0 
We have the exact same thing in Finland mens ))))
2020-02-16 14:01
As all Nordic Countries. I made a mistake higher up, by saying 37 hrs on average for the 52 weeks of the year. You don´t count the 6 weeks of vacation everyone has (though you can choose to have only 5 and get one weeks ekstra pay). So you work 37 hrs on average for only 46 weeks. Since I calculated the hourly wage based on 52 weeks, I actually get 10% more per hour. (I never check that, just looks at what goes into my account every month) But the numbers I found for the cleaning woman were per hour, so they are correct (Found them on their Unions home page, from 2019).
2020-02-16 14:11
Also for many those 37h will include a ½hour paid lunch time each day, meaning work hours are really 34½ hour. Also we have bank holidays like the three days for Christmas, two for new year and a hand full of others - for most people those also bring full pay even though they are days off work.
2020-02-16 14:21
Good thing I don't work minimum wage then.
2020-02-14 06:37
expected from SmartestPersonOnHLTV
2020-02-16 08:08
Hashish - (weed on steroids, higher THC than weed): Kazakstan 0.5 - 1 euro per gram of hash Australia 50 euro per gram. healthcare CABG surgery: Kazakstan 3000 euro Australia 35000 euro
2020-02-14 07:01
I just looked it up if you are a citizen of Australia and you need to do the CABG in a hospital you only pay for the hospital copayment. In other words for the CABG you don't pay. However if you do the CABG surgery in a doctors office you pay 20% (Which for a CABG surgery you would 100% do it in a hospital). So basically if you Australian = basically free Not Australian = you pay
2020-02-14 14:32
australia is a pretty poor example. drugs there are in generally pretty expensive iirc, due to the fact that they are in the middle of fucking somewhere on this planet.
2020-02-15 16:59
#58
NAF | 
North America JC_123 
Here in Canada it is $10.56 USD at least in Ontario
2020-02-14 07:33
Oh nice
2020-02-14 14:34
Wow you've just shown you have no idea how wages in the US work!
2020-02-14 14:56
#86
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Brazil NukebRS 
The video has nothing to do with minimum wage. She gets payed around 2 dollars a hours because tips are supposed to be her main money maker. Also if I’m not mistaken, if she doesn’t make enough tip money to make the pay minimum wage, the employer pays the rest ( I’m not entirely sure, this is what I heard from friends). I’m not saying that this is a good way to pay your employees, I’m just saying that this is why she gets payed so low
2020-02-16 08:34
#88
pronax | 
Hungary Gombi_ 
LMAO in hungary its under 3 euros
2020-02-16 08:43
#93
gla1ve | 
Denmark flapdur 
Here are numbers from Eurostat. Orange column for 2019, blue column for 2009: ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explain.. "Det forenede kongerige" = United Kingdom/UK
2020-02-16 09:19
#139
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Canada tempOcs 
Where the hell did you get $9.52 in Canada from??
2020-02-19 19:35
#2
desi | 
Switzerland medkit4u 
USA GDP 20x Australia
2020-02-14 05:02
US GDP per capita: 59,531.66 USD AUS GDP per capita: 53,799.94 USD USA population is 327 million while Aus is 24 million
2020-02-14 05:08
#46
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Argentina Joedash 
Count the kangaroos bro :C
2020-02-14 06:30
:( oh okay my bad
2020-02-16 08:07
Why did u include population, if anything its more impressive to have a higher per capita dispite having to do it at a much higher rate If ur gonna give per capita stats, then population doesnt worsen the number since its per captia
2020-02-16 11:37
It explains why the guy that posted the GDP numbers left out something important. He could of course instead have written that comparing GDP in a thread about salaries is meaningless without including population sizes. Also those numbers says nothing about how the money is divided ie. how many poor people there are, so here is another stat for you. Percentage of population living for less than $5.50 a day. Australia, 2.9% Canada, 2.0% USA, 4.7% Shall we go back to what is more impressive?
2020-02-16 14:32
#137
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United States jay_320 
Managing a country the size of the US with it's built in bottlenecks especially I'd argue is more impressive. It's the longest standing democracy in the world if I'm not mistaken or close to it and it's got things like guns built into a bill of rights that makes it nearly unfixable. Just the same look what comes out of the US compared to any of those countries. Hell combine them all and look at what comes out of them and compare it to the US.
2020-02-19 19:33
50% belongs to taxes btw no?
2020-02-14 05:05
On average we only pay 3k more than Americans in taxes but receive a lot more benefits than americans as well. cnbc.com/2017/11/29/australians-may-pay-..
2020-02-14 05:10
#67
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Europe Niko0 
What the fuck. Is this some kind of sick joke? Im making ~4000e/month, and i pay 22% taxes? What is wrong with your country
2020-02-14 14:39
#60
keev | 
Germany _PH1L 
Not in Germany at least ... u get 9k per year tax free and up to 25k u pay about 20%taxes - 50% tax fee starts at 56500 annually
2020-02-14 11:16
pretty much same formula here but sallaries are smaller so numbers are smaller
2020-02-14 11:21
#6
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United States aaronjustis 
why are you posting this?
2020-02-14 05:09
I just saw this so I posted it
2020-02-14 05:11
#13
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Russia Mike_Shinoda 
I saw a bus today, should I post it?
2020-02-14 05:18
yes show me please
2020-02-14 05:18
#16
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United States aaronjustis 
kinda odd that you see that in AU
2020-02-14 05:21
yeah it is strange now that i think about it. It was between a corona virus report and something about our government
2020-02-14 05:53
#7
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
Just some whiny bitch who has beef with her employer and wants sympathy. She pays her taxes + likely pays a portion of her paycheck to either the company's 401k or insurance benefits. This is common in the United States. I work in a restaurant where servers and bartenders make $2.33/hr.....because they make $40-80 an hour on their tips depending on how busy it is and how good they are at their jobs. Most servers will complain about not making at least $300 on a Saturday night in a large city, for 5 hours of work. I'm salaried at 60k and work 50 hours a week, some servers are capable of working 30 hours and making the same salary as I do. That's the business..
2020-02-14 05:10
We dont tip in Australia or many other countries I've been to I guess NA just relies on tips
2020-02-14 05:12
#11
bruttJ | 
Australia JPT 
I tip my uber drivers. That's about it lmao.
2020-02-14 05:15
true
2020-02-14 05:18
#17
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
It's a strange system but she's lying through her teeth when she acts as if that's what she walked away with. “Of course I got tips, but this is what I got for my hourly – this is why you tip.” 94% of her paycheck was used to pay for taxes. Assuming she worked at an average establishment and made less then $40k/year, she would only have 12% of her pay allocated towards federal taxes. She would have made $131.90 if that was the case. She paid $141 in taxes, meaning she claimed $1180 that week under the 12% tax bracket of making under $40k a year --- or $640 at the 22% tax bracket. It is also extremely common for bartenders/servers to claim only a percentage of their cash tips to their employer. Meaning she likely made at least $900 over those 2 weeks.
2020-02-14 05:29
#19
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United States brbsyt 
Most of the money comes from tips. average food tips are about 20% the food price. And they only get paid when they don't recieve any tip
2020-02-14 05:34
#35
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France OtelloO 
That's a very weird and insecure system. In France all waiters have a real stable wage and tips are just an extra that you give to the waiter if he was really gentle, worked hard or did a really good service. For most little services like serving a simple coffee nobody tip. Most of the time if I tip I leave 1€ to 5€ depending on the service length and difficulty regardless of the price of what I bought.
2020-02-14 05:52
#45
f0rest | 
Mexico bfish8 
Might be far more expensive to run daily operations for American Restaurateurs than European/Australian ones? Americans are lazy and the owners/managers are far less productive than Europeans? The entire staff for that matter? Would be a combination of the two most likely. If my restaurant were to suddenly increase the pay of roughly 20 people for an average of 30 hours a week(some part timers)at $2.33/hr to $10/hr. That would be an increase of $4,602 a week, which the business owner is then taxed on, increasing the cost to around $6000/7000 a week. Roughly $325,000 a year increase in expenses for the owner. Not sure if possible to turn a profit at that point. Some employees would have to work a lot harder. Some employees would be let go, which the business would then be responsible for paying unemployment to.
2020-02-14 06:29
No wonder people get fucked over when businesses can avoid paying taxes.
2020-02-14 06:35
#59
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France OtelloO 
Well maybe it's the entire model that has to be reviewed. Having restaurants relying on not paying their employees in order to be profitable seems ridiculous, there might be something making it too expensive. In France we have a very high density of restaurants and bistrots. Most of restaurants work with 2 or 3 waiters. Having more waiters than 3 means you're getting ready for a hundred tables per service (so 400 tables a day minimum if you make double service from 12 to 14 and 19 to 21. If I take 10 waiters I expect them to cover at least 1000 tables a day which is ridiculously high. 1000 tables a day would mean the owner of the venue would become a millionaire in a few months. So if a restaurant recruits an army of poorly trained (not trained?) waiters to serve 50 tables of course he will bankrupt if he has to pay them.
2020-02-14 11:11
#52
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Argentina Joedash 
Here in Argentina, is pretty common to leave a tip, atleast in Buenos Aires. Obviously it depends on how they treated you, the delay, and all the stuff. However, it doesnt affect your wage at all, its just an extra for being kind, etc.
2020-02-14 06:35
#69
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United States brbsyt 
Well shit that’s how it is I’m not surprise the hour pay is like 2$. If she served 3 tables in an hour than she would’ve gotten like 15-20$. Which is way better. Especially for a job that doesn’t require skills or study
2020-02-14 14:54
#47
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Yeah I usually tip 20% of what my meal or whatever service it was costs.
2020-02-14 06:30
#96
gla1ve | 
Denmark flapdur 
Same in Denmark. Tip is included in the price - waiters make a decent regular wage. You only tip for "extraordinary service", that´s the norm. However waiters will still try to get a tip and I think many people tip by paying nearest higher amount, so they pay 50$ when the bill says 46$.
2020-02-16 09:36
+1
2020-02-14 05:36
#49
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Argentina Joedash 
Football player gets more than you in 1 day, thats how it is, a person chasing the ball gets more money than a person that saves lives.
2020-02-14 06:32
Because NA has this culture where you're basically required to tip waiters/waitresses. They earn so much more money off of the tips (almost always significantly above minimum wage) that it doesn't matter. And if they don't earn more than minimum wage, then the employer is required to pay them at least the minimum wage. That's why it's called a minimum wage.
2020-02-14 05:34
+1 People working in retail/service are the ones that benefit the most from tipping culture
2020-02-14 06:18
NA invented capitalism and liberalism but suck at it themselves compared to scandinavian countries
2020-02-14 05:36
Now read responses from people that actually know what they're talking about instead of OP who just got clickbaited by the current state of media. Read #7 and #18
2020-02-14 05:36
i havent read what op wrote aswell, just saying in general
2020-02-14 05:52
i said she got paid $2 an hour lmao
2020-02-14 05:56
#48
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
#42
2020-02-14 06:31
NA invented capitalism? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Smith seems pretty NA to me right?
2020-02-14 05:38
He retar
2020-02-16 14:17
The whole concept of tipping is completely retarded, I hope we get rid of it as soon as we have a competent president in the White House
2020-02-14 05:41
Why didn't Obama do something about it during his 8 years in office?
2020-02-14 07:29
#68
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Europe Niko0 
Yes it is. Why the ffuck you are supposed to pay some companys workers salary, its their bosses job.
2020-02-14 14:41
Exactly
2020-02-15 08:30
but yeah I really don't think that medicaid and social security takes out almost 80 percent of your check, it's like 15(idk where I got it from, most likely 10% bc it's the lowest bracket) percent at most bc she doesn't make a lot. Off Topic, but I wouldn't trust a person who looks like this cdn.newsapi.com.au/image/v1/e6d8b1901579.. (just personal thing). but yeah waitresses make all of their juice from the tips, so this is just a low quality bait.
2020-02-14 05:43
she made that decision. At any job when you get hired you can decide on how much of a percentage they can take for tax purposes etc. I go bare minimal because I'm a student and don't make enough through out the year. When income taxes hit, I get all that money back because I didn't make enough throughout the year.
2020-02-14 05:46
I mean anyway she's gonna get that money at the end of the tax year via tax return so I don't see her point
2020-02-14 05:45
Exactly. She'll be getting a lot of money back via tax returns
2020-02-14 05:47
If you read it she says, it's because she deducts a lot of money for income tax etc. Most people don't do that but what happens is that she ends up paying a large portion of money for tax purposes
2020-02-14 05:44
well she probably wanted the tiktok views
2020-02-14 05:54
1000 IQ
2020-02-14 17:19
#32
NAF | 
United States naf_top1 
She's dumb . Where I work i get paid $10/hr and its an entry level job
2020-02-14 05:46
see #30
2020-02-14 05:46
#41
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United States n3h 
Shes a dumb bitch. I work a no skill job and get 26.90/hr. 40 hours(Guaranteed no less, overtime optional) and we just keep growing/hiring more people. There are a shit ton of jobs people would rather just have a shit quality life in a big city than a quality one in a smaller city.
2020-02-14 06:26
#51
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
True. What job is that cause I also work a no skill job rn(barista at resort) while I’m in college and get $20/h (~$27 counting tips)
2020-02-14 06:35
#42
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Yeah this is a weird one. The law lets waiters and bartenders(tipped workers) get paid as low as $2.13/h as long as their tips bring them to minimum wage, but if not then the employer is suppose to make the difference when paycheck time comes around. Most places usually don’t pay $2.13/h though I’ve personally never seen it. I’m a barista at get paid $20/h (~$27 counting tips)
2020-02-14 06:27
#43
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United States n3h 
Yea she prob got the tips in cash thats why they didnt pay her the required min wage.
2020-02-14 06:26
#44
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Yeah, but that’s the problem. It’s hard to know how much she gets tipped and if it brings her to minimum wage.
2020-02-14 06:28
#62
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United States n3h 
Usually they are required to report to the manager how much they are tipped for tax purposes and this very reason.
2020-02-14 14:27
I've met a girl who served tables at a fancy restaurant in Miami and she was making 6 digits a year. Waiters in the US earns considerable more from tips than from their salary itself. A 15%-20% gratuity is always expected in American restaurants/pubs. Down here in Brazil, a 10-15% tip already comes included in your bill and, even though paying is optional, you are kind of expected to do so (it is quite offensive to not pay and, as in the US, things may go south if you don't).
2020-02-14 06:46
US have salary in burgers
2020-02-14 07:30
burgers are over rated :(
2020-02-14 14:28
Timtams are under rated
2020-02-16 13:53
true i havent had timtams in ages :/
2020-02-17 05:26
Im Wonder to try it...
2020-02-17 05:28
might be cuz she is a fking retard since no state in us has that low of minimum wage.
2020-02-14 14:56
dang man u found one article now everyone lives off $2 an hour in the US
2020-02-14 14:56
:DD Yep obviously
2020-02-14 15:07
#76
f0rest | 
Czech Republic rusteDD 
Change your job if you dont like it. Why do you stay??
2020-02-15 08:45
true
2020-02-15 10:43
#78
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United States Who_cars_mens 
32k/month DJ in LA club
2020-02-15 10:47
I believe you
2020-02-17 05:27
#81
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Canada ProvexPyker 
#VoteForBernie #GiveTheZoomersFreeTuition #GiveYourKidFreeEducation
2020-02-15 17:01
#131
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Never
2020-02-19 19:16
idk why you even try to post about this. IF you don't make min wage thru taxes you report it to your employer and they are legally obligated to make up the amount. So min wage + an extreme amount of tips = more money than New Zealand waitresses at least look it up before you talk shit lol
2020-02-16 08:17
She makes no money for her paycheck, but her tips make her a lot of money. Trust me, all this bitching that US bartenders and waitresses/waiters do about their paychecks make me laugh. I worked in the restaurant industry for years and those fuckers were making an average of more than anyone in the kitchen
2020-02-16 08:45
who cars
2020-02-16 08:50
I'm sure it's been said before, but tips (often in cash) can account for significant portion of their income and will not show up on their payslip. This obviously depends on the location, but one can easily take home $100-$200 USD a night in tips alone (the longer you're there the more tips you'll get), and everyone tips in the US as it's customary and extremely rude to not tip at least something. Bartenders can get tipped a lot more than waiters and more common to over-tip since people are drunk and just forget what they're doing.
2020-02-16 09:01
Typical internet whiny click bait. I'm sure she made at least $1200 in tips over that two week period, and she should have made quite a bit more if it was a busy place and she is any good at her job.
2020-02-16 09:22
And actually her paycheck should be 0, I bar tended for years and very rarely did I ever actually have a cash-able check after taxes were taken out. She's working at a shitty place or she sucks at her job.
2020-02-16 09:25
#97
gla1ve | 
Denmark flapdur 
There is good and bad in the US tipping system. It rewards someone who is good at their job. But it can also feel humiliating with all the ass-kissing, and it can be a nuisance for the customer, if the waiter can´t find the balance and not be too attentive. And I can imagine there can be unhealthy/unpleasant competition for tips between employees in some places.
2020-02-16 09:43
#98
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China Manchu 
Minimum salary here is around 2$ as well.
2020-02-16 11:24
#100
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
You telling me she got $0.13/hour?
2020-02-16 11:33
#102
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Kazakhstan Tripper^^ 
Lmao, you get even more here. America in their greatness I guess.
2020-02-16 11:41
just be like fatty, he is very fat so he gets 1.2k $ from SCI, not even blind people gets so much in usa, also he is not paying taxes for couple of years either, he gets around 8k per month from SCI, twitch and YouTube and he pays 0% taxes. So if you are fat in USA government will support you, the more you are fat the more disabilities you have and more money you get from SCI...
2020-02-16 13:56
Good read.
2020-02-16 14:19
Greatest country in the world btw XAXAXAXAXA
2020-02-16 14:13
Venezuela 6$ per Month
2020-02-16 14:20
Try playing runescape
2020-02-19 16:20
i have other job, Thanks
2020-02-19 18:57
#115
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Korea XigNw0w 
What a fucking slave, why didn't she just quit?
2020-02-16 14:29
I dont know
2020-02-19 16:20
I’m 15 making $8 an hour right now and I’ve been working at this place for almost 4 months and they are already considering putting me as a manager. Stories are different for everyone.
2020-02-17 05:29
#126
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
$8?? You’re getting used.
2020-02-19 19:00
#134
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United States n3h 
Hes 15 lol
2020-02-19 19:27
#135
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
So? He’s most likely working fast food and $8 is low af.
2020-02-19 19:28
#144
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United States n3h 
Normal for kids who prob work 3 hours a day. Very little jobs out there that are gonna pay over minimum wage when you dont even have your HS Diploma yet.
2020-02-19 20:17
#145
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Well they’re considering putting him as manager so I doubt he works 3 hrs a day
2020-02-19 20:24
#147
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United States n3h 
Seeing as federal law is 3 hours a day on school week and 18 hours total for a week I highly doubt it. Ive worked with 14/15 yr olds in high school, I know they cant work much at all lol.
2020-02-19 20:32
#123
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United States sorcrcrc 
dont blame it on usa blame it on texas (3rd worst state in usa)
2020-02-19 16:27
#128
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United States CaliNinja 
Well in Texas the Minimum wage is 9.60 so I dont now how this is real
2020-02-19 19:05
#130
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Sorry, but Texas is second best state right after California.
2020-02-19 19:11
#132
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United States sorcrcrc 
yikes
2020-02-19 19:24
#133
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Sorry you can’t afford it men maybe one day))
2020-02-19 19:25
#138
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United States sorcrcrc 
why would i want to move to an unpleassntly hot, crime infested, overcrowded shithole with nothing but flat, dry, land, angry boomers, and ted cruz
2020-02-19 19:33
#141
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
Nice weather best cities. Just avoid poor areas.
2020-02-19 19:39
#146
Rich | 
North America Gumdrop 
I don’t live in Texas and if that is too hot for you then you’re a beta soyboy
2020-02-19 20:27
#148
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United States sorcrcrc 
living in shitty climates to own the libs 😎👌
2020-02-19 20:45
#125
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Brazil JazZ98 
free country mens))
2020-02-19 18:59
min wage in seattle is 16/hr if you're working for a big company, 15/hr for normal companies. food service is fucked tho since employers are allowed to pay below min wage because of gratuity
2020-02-19 19:03
#129
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United States Droidd 
Here a lot of people tip generously, they are paid so little an hour because of the money they make from tips.
2020-02-19 19:08
bois US != US. US is a federal country. there is no american minimum wage because there is no government that can do a nation wide minimum wage. it doesnt make sense at all because USA have states like luxembourgh or swiss, and places like bulgaria (ok not that bad). they cant have 1 wage. most T1 places in US have minimum wage and it`s higher than in european countries
2020-02-19 19:34
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Algeria abdodz32 
She gets $2 an hour for being a waiter? This girl in NA worked for 70 hours and only got $9? nice math
2020-02-19 19:35
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North America pieisgood186 
Would still rather live in US than anywhere else.
2020-02-19 19:39
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