This article blows hold in the conventional theory that livable wages for all will hurt small business and make larger business turn to robotics for manual labor.

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Why is it that 'some working people' think and feel that other working people's wages should be held to a certain amount? In other words, that job is not worth this much or that much; or if wages are raised, then this and that will cost more, or, will put certain businesses out of business?  People who make a lot of money and who have a lot of money, never say this. Why is that?? Where did this come from and why in the world, was it ever believed?  Here is an article that is certainly a must read, an educational read and a read to take to heart. Yahoo.com article by Brian Prowse-Gany and Joyzel Acevedo, June 7, 2018, Unfiltered: 'Raising wages (doesn't) kill jobs. It's just a thing rich people say to poor people.' What are your thoughts?

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