Perception of a fair minimum wage by employers in the United States, in June 2015

Perception of a fair minimum wage by employers in the United States, as of June 3, 2015

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 21, 2015
Perception of a fair minimum wage by employers in the United States, in June 2015 This statistic shows what percentages of employers in the United States perceive as a fair minimum wage, based on a survey conducted between May and June 2015. 27 percent of employers considered 10.00 U.S. dollars per hour to be a fair minimum wage while 9 percent believed there should be no set minimum wage.
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Perception of a fair minimum wage by employers in the United States, as of June 3, 2015

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