$20 per/hour x 70 hours per week =’s $1,700 per week.

$20 per/hour x 70 hours per week  =’s $1,700 per week.

$20 x 40 hours = $800
$30 x 30 hours (over time pay – time and a half) =’s $900
$1,700 per week!

Very Low Hourly Rate For 2017 – The Working Poor!

What Should We Do About It?!

US worker wages haven’t gone up since 1973 – Not A Coincidence!

NY Teamsters Pension Becomes First To Run Out Of Money As Expert Warns ‘Pension Tsunami’ Is Coming  – March 3, 2017.

Unions arn’t the answer, just part of the criminal network!

Productivity has surged, but income and wages have stagnated for most Americans. If the median household income had kept pace with the economy since 1970, it would now be nearly $92,000, not $50,000.

Sorry, not hiring

The sectors that have contributed the most to the country’s overall economic growth have lagged when it comes to creating jobs.

The wage freeze

Increase in real value of the minimum wage since 1990: 21%

Increase in cost of living since 1990: 67%

One year’s earnings at the minimum wage: $15,080

Income required for a single worker to have real economic security: $30,000

Dude, Where’s My Job?

More and more, US multinationals are laying off workers at home and hiring overseas.

Unions arn’t the answer, just part of the criminal network!

$20 per/hour x 70 hours per week  =’s $1,700 per week. *$20 x 40 hours = $800 *$30 x 30 hours (over time pay – time and a half) =’s $900 *$1,700 per week! *Very Low Hourly Rate For 2017 – The Working Poor! *What Should We Do About It?!


$20 per/hour x 70 hours per week =’s $1,700 per week.

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