Closing the Wage Gap
Read more about efforts to reverse income inequality.
JPMorgan Chase / NOVEMBER 1, 2023 Living on minimum wage can be challenging, especially when trying to save money. Yet, putting money aside for emergencies and large expenses is one of the most critical pieces of creating financial well-being. A few thousand dollars in savings can protect you from going into debt or other consequences,
Aaron Morris / Nov 1 2023 Martin Lewis’ MoneySavingExpert website has estimated that more than 300,000 workers on the lowest wages are being underpaid, after a number of firms were recently exposed for failing to compensate employees fairly. The national minimum wage is the minimum rate per hour that an employer can award a worker to
Heather Morrison / Nov. 01, 2023 The federal minimum wage is $7.25 per hour. However, six states have their own minimum wage and will be paying at least $15 per hour for non-tipped employees starting in 2024.Overall, there are 15 states increasing minimum wage in 2024, which is lower than in 2023 when 25 states increased minimum
Sam Abbott / NOVEMBER 1, 2023 The U.S. child care market is plagued by a math problem. Families in the United States are stretched thin, dedicating substantial portions of their household budgets to child care expenses. Yet many child care workers find themselves among the lowest earners in the U.S. labor market. read me
Written by: Lambeth Council / 1 November 2023 News and announcements A new rate of London Living Wage announced on 24 October will mean some Lambeth workers earning 10% more for every hour they work.A 10% increase in the real Living Wage was announced on October 24, 2023 as the cost of living crisis continues
by Gabriel San Román, Oct 25, 2023 The California Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal from Disney as to whether an Anaheim wage law applies to its lowest-paid theme park workers —setting the stage for the Disneyland resort to boost wages for many of its workers. Over the summer, the state’s 4th District