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Minimum wage in your country
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United States Americah! 
Massachussets 14$ an hour USA 7-8$ an hour lmao
2021-06-07 07:21
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NY 11.80
2021-06-07 07:23
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United States Americah!
Im pretty sure NY's minimum wage is 15 an hour
2021-06-07 07:27
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in nyc maybe but im not rich lol its 11.80
2021-06-07 07:29
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United States Americah!
rip
2021-06-07 07:29
nope, not yet, but soon
2021-06-08 02:23
546.07 € / month
2021-06-07 07:28
there is nothing as such in India :/
2021-06-07 07:29
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Business owners have a tough enough time in your country... the last thing you want is minimum wage.
2021-06-07 08:26
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yes i guess
2021-06-07 08:28
Sure cuz it’s so unattractive to have good internet and a very young educated and hard working workforce
2021-06-07 08:42
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the fuck does that have to do with minimum wage?
2021-06-07 10:04
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A lot
2021-06-07 10:28
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Wow you really made a point there! If anything a really high minimum wage would do the opposite, it would disincentivize people from actually graduating and getting a degree since in theory they would make a livable wage doing fuck all... of course that's not how the minimum wage would even work but it certainly wont make the internet better since it causes inflation, and if anything the quality of internet per the price you pay will decrease drastically. same with the cost of living that will spike up drastically.
2021-06-07 11:03
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Higher standard of living, better resources, internet etc usually leads to a higher level of education and a more skilled workforce. People don't tend to aim for minimum wage level jobs, they are usually done by people who failed in education. The gap between a minimum paying job and graduate jobs is usually significant so I doubt people would think yeah I'm going to stack shelves because minimum wage is higher. Having a higher minimum wage should in theory increase the amount of money going back into the economy which in turn will increase standards of living, education etc and the cycle goes on.
2021-06-07 12:21
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I'm just going to say that the notion that a minimum wage improves the economy is absolute horseshit. that's like the clown economists who claim giving money away to everyone somehow improves the economy, and then they act surprised when inflation hits. Economies thrive when businesses are profitable, everything that you said is a mix of bizzarre opinions, let's make an example out of an extreme scenario what would happen to the economy if the minimum wage would be 50$? pretty catastrophic right? Inflation? recession? what makes you think that other minimum wages are somehow not only not hurting the economy but rather are improving the economy? literally makes 0 sense. What you said specifically about "Increasing the amount of money going into the economy" makes also 0 sense, since more money does not equal more worth. it's not a coincidence that the developed countries with the highest minimum wages, are usually underbidding the market by a ton. So most effective minimum wages have no real affects on anything, besides maybe on small markets and the black market that becomes stronger with every regulation put on businesses.
2021-06-07 15:54
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ew israel
2021-06-08 01:19
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Clearly not Israeli cause zero idea on how economy works.
2021-06-08 01:31
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I mean everything I said is from experience considering Israel has a really high minimum wage even for Western standards. the black market here is huge and the most succesful resturants are constantly caught using illegal immigrants to work there. the cost of living is insanely high and generally speaking most manufacturing jobs have long left the country. we import everything. And new businesses have a tough time even when the business model is suposedly promising. actually the only small businesses that actually thrive are family businesses where the minimum wage isn't even a real factor.
2021-06-08 10:50
I wont claim that the minimum wage has the sole responsibility, but it certainly is a major impact on the lower class that relied on manufacturing jobs for ages.
2021-06-08 10:52
If you knew anything about China you'd know that China is using the idiocy of the minimum wage to their advantage, which is a very clear example of how globalism laughs in the face of dumb regulations like the minimum wage that don't take into account the very real global market. just like the example i've brought you of the amount of import in Israel, the minimum wage will just give other poor people from other countries the opportunity for jobs... now everything I said is in the very low chance the minimum wage is even that impactful anyways, considering for most countries it is already a very small amount of money that any developed country is already paying their lowest wage workers.
2021-06-08 10:57
You're using unrealistic examples to support your argument. 50usd minimum wage? The whole point of a minimum wage is to make sure companies aren't taking advantage of lower skilled labour. Most university educated professionals don't earn that an hour, you're just being absurd. Your whole argument is based on personal experience in Israel and noting down failures of the economy to the minimum wage yet completely disregarding the TINY population and the TINY land area, and yet you want to have a huge manufacturing sector and say we import everything. Well obviously you do because I can't think of ANY country your size which is fully sustainable without imports. You're looking at countries like Belize, Fiji, Jamaica, Slovenia. And no, Israel doesn't have a "really high minimum wage" for western standards. If you're comparing yourself to eastern Europe and weak European economies then maybe you have a point but otherwise, no way. You mentioned cost of living? Well look at countries who have no minimum wage like Norway, Sweden, Iceland, Switzerland - cost of living is absurd. No one said that more money = more worth. It equals more spending power which drives the economy. You said economies thrive when businesses are profitable. How can businesses be profitable if people aren't spending money because they don't have purchasing power? That's when we go into recessions which is why I'm baffled that you're disagreeing. There's many aspects that you're simplifying through either lack of understanding or just because it suits your agenda. Generally, there have been many studies which show that increasing the minimum wage improves productivity, decreases employee turnover (it costs money to recruit new people) and in general there is no link between increasing minimum wage and a loss of jobs. You also stated that an increase in minimum wage will not have an impact. To use the UK as an example, they currently have around 2 million people on minimum wage. You think a pound an hour increase for all those people will not be a benefit to the economy? Another example is the US, an increase of 2.55 USD will equal 40bil USD more money in the pockets of the poorest people in the country.
2021-06-09 10:58
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The entire notion of "taking advantage" is stupid as fuck, technically speaking you can argue anyone is taking advantage of everyone... the unemployed are taking advantage of the working class... you can even argue the disabled are taking advantage of the working class... you can play with that word for literally anything. and it's been used very frequently by communist/socialist nutjobs. The fact that many manufactoring jobs shut down is also lots to do with the power the unions hold, and the minimum wage as well. The overall point I was trying to make is that the minimum wage if anything negatively impacts the lower skilled workers. And also drives consumer prices up which almost always affects the lower class. The other point I was making had to do with the fact that even things like milk products somehow are cheaper being transported all the way from fucking Finland... Are there no cows in Israel? there's actually a fuck ton of them over here. the only thing preventing this business from thriving like it would naturally is the combination of dumb regulations, lack of a true open market to create competition and ultimately the minimum wage in some form. The farmers don't actually get much, Since every dumb ass gets a higher pay then the job he's actually doing, the prices sky rocket till they reach the consumer that gets an inflated price, inflated by workers who are milking the economy to inflation. Now ofc I'm not claiming the minimum wage Has the single handed responsibility since i've already mentioned that in 99% of the countries the minimum wage is just A gimic politicans are selling the public when in reality they are never dumb enough to raise it above the standard low skill labor pay, but it certainly doesn't help anyone yet alone grow the economy like you're trying to claim. It's pretty A pretty simple concept really, the prices adjust to the capability of your own pocket. when more people would make less money the prices would naturally drop to fit the glove that is the consumer. It's the cycle of the economy. it's not for nothing for instance that poor neighborhoods usually have stores selling at half the price. You wrote "no one said that more money = more worth", yet you claim it "increases people's spending power", as if there is no economical cycle that directly impacts spending power. so you literally just said that yourself. "purchasing power" is acquired via capital transaction, giving workers more money manually just causes inflation, that is not giving anyone any more spending power. It's also funny you bring up recession like one of it's main causes isn't wage control. About your claim of increased productivity, i'm not surprised, as many people who you would deem "less productive" or will probably be out of their jobs, so "productivity" will go up! and about the employee turnover, it's the same concept, less employment for low skilled workers = more employee turnover naturally.
2021-06-13 04:04
just googled it, minimum wage in India is $2.46 per day.
2021-06-08 04:30
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2021-06-08 04:53
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Russia VelsVivard
About 100 bucks a month.
2021-06-07 07:35
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200$ actually. 100 - for 14 y.o kids who clean house every day
2021-06-07 12:28
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Russia VelsVivard
You don't work where I work.
2021-06-07 14:29
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Ireland tka4
10.20 euro per hour
2021-06-07 07:40
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minimum?
2021-06-08 05:14
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Ireland tka4
Yes
2021-06-08 11:55
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send me some skins then
2021-06-08 12:50
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Hungary benig8888
About 111000Huf so app. 390$
2021-06-07 07:41
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Denmark dannt
idk i dont have a job
2021-06-07 07:42
4eur/h
2021-06-07 07:43
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Poland seinterc
3eur/h with taxes
2021-06-07 07:44
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Netherlands Novak1991
1635 euro's / month
2021-06-07 07:46
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Australia B_Tannen
15.35 USD is the national minimum hourly wage.
2021-06-07 07:49
NY 14.50 USD
2021-06-07 07:49
currently 9.5€/h
2021-06-07 07:51
No min wage but McDonalds employees get around 18-19$ per hour
2021-06-07 07:52
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Ok im coming to Denmark to work at McDonalds
2021-06-08 01:25
strong worker's unions 💪
2021-06-08 05:52
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Korea XigNw0w
8$
2021-06-07 07:59
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Singapore Am2de
No min wage
2021-06-07 08:00
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based, expected from singapore
2021-06-07 08:01
💪💪EZ👌👌
2021-06-07 10:11
9e/day, and not even joking. Thats when you have not worked for a while you are basically forced to go do something that normally gets paid 8e/h but you will get 9e/day, or if you don't go you get your unemployment benefits cut. For normal situations we don't have minimum wage per se, but employer unions and labor unions have agreed basically ~8e/hour, which is just for "unskilled" labor.
2021-06-07 08:06
764$/month before taxes
2021-06-07 08:12
32.000€/month At least for DJs.
2021-06-07 08:29
1000/day
2021-06-07 08:37
12$ in dirty jerz
2021-06-07 08:41
Idk 1$?
2021-06-07 08:44
around 20 dollars Denmark
2021-06-07 08:47
800$ a month Saudi Arabia
2021-06-07 09:30
Btw the price of goods and services changes per country based on the minimum wage so this value never really matters because it is generally liveable. A lower minimum wage is better for the educated that have nice jobs though, while a higher minimum only really benefits high school students or people that have made bad life choices
2021-06-07 09:35
minimum wage comparrison is not a good way to see whats going on in each country.It matters how much stuff you can buy with your salary after paying the bills and taxes.You will be surprised that lots of countries with much lower salaries than US can buy relatively 2/3rds of the products you will buy in USA.
2021-06-07 10:11
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United States Americah!
+1 tbh Kind of a dumb thread idea from me
2021-06-08 01:18
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Australia poppyxox
nah, american minimum wage is always laughable
2021-06-08 01:28
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United States Americah!
why the fuck do you fools make 20$ an hour from working at mcdonalds lmaooo lucky af
2021-06-08 01:32
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Australia poppyxox
mcdonalds and fast food places tend to hire under 18 year olds, which have different specifications. a lot of people as soon as they turn 18 start losing shifts very quickly if you're in a populated area. bastards.
2021-06-08 02:23
we dont have a set minimum wage
2021-06-07 10:17
642 EUR / month
2021-06-07 10:17
8.56$ but it's going up to 15$ at some point.
2021-06-07 10:21
Dogshit wage in Poland thats why I will need to work in Jermans
2021-06-07 10:21
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Germany fanok
I think it's 9.30 Euro an hour rn, and will be 9.50 in the next month? (I'm not sure tho.)
2021-06-07 10:22
about 9000 krw I think, so ~8 usd
2021-06-07 10:27
About 11€/hr so 1700€ per month for 38hr week
2021-06-07 10:37
For me, a 17 year old it's £4.55 :(
2021-06-07 12:23
3,65€ i think 635€ monthly
2021-06-07 12:24
150$/month
2021-06-07 12:31
abt 600 euro/month
2021-06-07 16:01
$14/hour i could work mcdonalds for life and have enough retirement money so ez
2021-06-07 16:03
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#56
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United States Americah!
lmao
2021-06-08 01:17
Please fix the ice cream machine
2021-06-08 01:43
£ 178/month
2021-06-07 16:06
1,656.20 euro per month
2021-06-08 01:21
€10.20 per hour
2021-06-08 01:23
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Australia poppyxox
$20 an hour, $750 a week for 38 hours
2021-06-08 01:27
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where in australia? im planning to do a working holiday there
2021-06-08 01:46
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Australia poppyxox
everywhere, minimum wage is federally advised and doesn't differ between states like how it should do lmao
2021-06-08 02:19
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sounds like a damn paradise, I'd love to live there although i do not like the heat at all and I hear it's like scorching hell over there
2021-06-08 04:10
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Australia poppyxox
nah, its cold in the southern parts of western australia and the east coast. well, to me its cold im not sure about you. if you want proper cold tasmania is freezing but there isnt as much opportunity there, more of a retiree spot
2021-06-08 04:17
10% of one ETH
2021-06-08 01:39
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Austria zuccthicc
9.50€/ h 1,5K/ month
2021-06-08 01:42
Around 455 USD per month
2021-06-08 01:42
national minimum wage is 19.84 aud per hour
2021-06-08 01:43
bout tree fiddy
2021-06-08 01:45
#73
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United States Jeebur
ayo MA gang
2021-06-08 01:52
minimum wage, only idiots think its a good idea
2021-06-08 02:23
No minimum wage here by law due to strong unions. But nobody over 18yo makes less than 17-20$/h before taxes. Under 18 is around 10$/h.
2021-06-08 02:28
Like 200 dollars per month,yes
2021-06-08 02:34
No idea maybe 0 shit hole country
2021-06-08 02:40
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North America joeS
7.25$
2021-06-08 02:40
Fulltime 700€ in Portugal Part-Time 150€ Hour rate i think its like 8€
2021-06-08 04:21
its like 350 dollars /month
2021-06-08 05:02
PL 4,1$
2021-06-08 05:41
south korea minimum wage is 8 dollars an hour my salary when i was 24 years old was 2700 dollars a month
2021-06-08 05:41
32,000 a month in Ibiza
2021-06-08 05:42
USD $1060 in Singapore which is extremely shit when you factor in taxes and cost of items here
2021-06-08 06:05
It's supposed to be smth. around 300$ I believe but there are definetly ppl who get offered below 200$ and can't say much about It since well If you don't want it someone else will lol. It's not close as bad as It sounds though, renting and things like that cost uncomparably lower compared to richer countries where ppl have bigger salaries but It's still pathetic.
2021-06-08 10:53
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Turkey MrAycan
2850 lira it was about 280 euro but now lower
2021-06-08 12:02
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