The Bay Parkway Community Job Center in Brooklyn, run by the Worker’s
Justice Project, trains day laborers in workplace safety while setting
fair wages with contractors and ensuring safe work conditions.
The typical family makes less than the typical family did 15 years ago — which hadn’t been true since the Depression.
Living on the bare minimum
Living on the bare minimum More than a third of private-sector workers in Los Angeles make less
than $13.25 an hour — the new minimum wage proposed by Mayor Eric
Garcetti last month. City Council members supporting the bill would like
to further boost the floor to $15.25 an hour by 2019.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
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