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Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue
Rich: We have seen in some places like Seattle, that when minimum wage goes up, jobs are cut, hours are reduced, and prices went up. The remaining employees work harder, and take home pay is only a few dollars more per person. Retail and Restaurant businesses closed at faster rates than historical data for the same area. Additionally, in areas outside of Seattle where the minimum wages did not go up, business increased as the prices were affordable. Additionally in those areas outside of Seattle, the business had slower than historic trends of closing. Two contrasts in the same area. Ask the thousands of employees in Seattle that lost their jobs or had hours cut what they think.