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What makes living in America better than living in developing countries You probably could think of a few things that America has that developing countries do not One thing in particular is a fair minimum wage Wages in Bangladesh are gender discriminated and very low compared to the US Sweatshop wages in Bangladesh are unfairFirst lets get a good understanding of the wages in America Now of course in America there are multiple minimum wages because there are fifty different states with different laws Although every state has their own minimum wage you can still conclude that it is higher than wages in Bangladesh So for this specific example we are going to choose the state of North Carolina The minimum wage for North Carolina is seven dollars and twenty-five cents per hour The minimum wage for Bangladesh is about thirty-nine dollars per month UPI top news You do not have to be a Mathematician to know that the minimum wage in North Carolina is a lot more than the minimum wage in Bangladesh Considering all the job opportunities North Carolina has to offer minimum wage depends on your career choice and your current job On the other hand people in Bangladesh have lesser job opportunities They work in sweatshops and some people own small street businesses Due to such a small minimum wage not only do the adults have to work to bring in money but the children also On the contrary some people might think that even in North Carolina we dont get a fair minimum wage That may be true but if we compare our minimum wage to people in Bangladesh then we no longer seem like the less fortunate Thirty-nine dollars a month for 2-years is an income of about 936 for people in Bangladesh To live off only four hundred sixty-eight dollars a year is not fair At one of my past jobs I earned a little over 500
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