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Part I.

Minimum wage workers often report feeling invisible. Where do you encounter minimum wage workers? What sorts of services do they provide? Have you ever worked in a low-wage job? If so, what was your experience?

Part II.

After reading the article, answer the following questions:

1. Why do you think low-wage workers are reluctant to form labor organizations as Ehrenreich discovered at Wal-Mart? How do you think employees should lobby to improve working conditions?

2. Ehrenreich found that she could not survive on $7.00 per hour -- not if she wanted to live indoors. Consider how her experiment would have played out in your community: Find out what the minimum wage of your state is and limiting yourself to that hourly wage, create a hypothetical monthly budget for your part of the country. Is it possible to live off of that income? What does it mean in our society to "live comfortably"?

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Part I

Minimum wage workers are individuals who have a price floor, which they cannot sell
their labor to employers. In the United States, the minimum wage workers are present in most of
the states apart from a few. The minimum wage workers are found in some specific industries
such as the restaurants and the food services industries, the grocery stores, construction sectors,
discount and department stores as well as in some of the elementary and secondary schools
(Crain & Cherry, 2016). In most of this works, a great percent are usually young individuals as
well as women with a lower perc...


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