Try this, Mr. Will: Live on the minimum wage for six months
By Letters to the Editor | March 18, 2020
Mr. Will didn’t even mention people trying to live on the minimum wage. According to Common Dreams, the minimum wage today would have to be close to $12 an hour, not $7.25, just to be equivalent. And until 1968, minimum wage kept pace with productivity growth; if it had continued to do that, the minimum wage today would be more than $24 an hour.