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In the United States of America finding a job and keeping it has become increasingly difficult People say by raising minimum wage it will promote the lower class job earnings but it will just hurt the lower class job market even more Raising minimum wage will further hurt those starting and wanting to keep their jobMinimum wage jobs are not meant for people to rely on as a permanent career Dorn Copper and David say Minimum wage is not enough to live on These minimum wage jobs are not made for living a good quality life It offers experience to help people find a job worth living on while helping by offering temporarily financial support Having a minimum wage jobs as a permanent career will cause others not able to have some income and a job to start a new life Mary DelPrincipe talks about how minimum wage jobs were not designed for a career but a chance to gain experience Her information shows that minimum wage jobs help with gaining knowledge in a work place environment and not meant for earning money to live on for life These jobs give mainly inexperienced workers a chance to gain a valuable life lesson while earning some income Minimum wage jobs are not created to have as a career Minimum wage jobs were however designed to help inexperienced workers with some financial support for a short period of timeIf minimum wage were to increase it would cause job insecurity In a carton by Henry Payne it depicts an increase in minimum wage for workers will result in less of a job market for those who want a higher wage The job market will become a major issue for people who want a higher minimum wage Many are in need of a job but will be unable to obtain one if minimum wage were to increase This leads to many people unable to acquire a job
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