The minimum wage law has the most impact for:
a. unskilled workers
c. skilled workers
d. white-collar workers
The minimum wage is typically set at different levels of government. A minimum wage is the lowest hourly wage a business can pay a worker. It can be thought of as a price floor in the market for labor.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The minimum wage affects workers the most that have low skills. This is because unskilled workers tend to have the lowest wages and a...
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