persuasive essay on why minimum wage should be raised to $15 an hour in california

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Tips: * Contextualize the problem. Background information will be needed, so make sure to provide it (i.e. who, what, when, where). Be very specific. * The petition must have a specific recipient, so do your research prior to publishing your work. Ask yourself: who can help you with your request? * Be respectful and persuasive. Your objective is to get signatures that can lead to a change, so make sure you are not excluding or insulting audiences. Avoid aggressive, offensive language. * Do research. Throughout your petition, I would like you to use three credible sources: one source should be a credible media article (preferably from a newspaper or magazine), one source should be a scholarly article (published in a scholarly journal), and one source should be a strong visual (please refer to the slideshow I created on Visual Arguments). Though petitions generally don’t have a Works Cited page, I would like you to still provide one when you submit this assignment. * Your petition should be 4-6 pages. Petitions don’t follow MLA rules; they look more like online newspaper/magazine articles with a title, a picture (which is recommended but not required), and the article itself. For this assignment, you don’t have to follow the MLA format.

Basically Im going to make a petition on change.org, however you need to write an persuasive essay on why the minimum wage should be changed to $15 an hour in California. Pathos, logos and ethos has to be included in your argument along with the 3 sources listed

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henryprofessor
School: Cornell University

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California’s Minimum Wage Should be raised to $15/Hour - Outline
Thesis Statement: The campaign for an increase in the minimum wage is not just based on the
benefits to certain social classes but to the society in general despite the criticism and potential
adverse impacts that the opponents of the proposition for their objection. An increase in the rate
of the minimum wage in California to $15 an hour would substantial quantitative and qualitative
positive impacts on workers, employers, and the provision of social services.
I.
II.

Introduction
A description of the minimum-wage-earning class

III.

Why California should increase its minimum wage rate

IV.

Conclusion


Surname 1
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California’s Minimum Wage Should be raised to $15/Hour
Introduction
The minimum wage debate in the United States is mostly political divisive despite the inherent
economic and social benefits in the decision to increase the amount to workers per hour of work.
A recent proposal by the government and labor organizations in the State of California to
increase the minimum wage from its current rate of $10 an hour to $15 an hour by 2022 is a
significant policy decision for dealing with some of the socioeconomic challenges facing lowerincome workers in the state. Also, it is a reflection of the economic realities of the country where
inflation has increased without the complementary increase in the earning of workers and their
capacity to afford basic needs. However, the campaign for an increase in the minimum wage is
not just based on the benefits to certain social classes but to the society in general despite the
criticism and potential adverse impacts that the opponents of the proposition for their objection.
An increase in the rate of the minimum wage in California to $15 an hour would substantial
quantitative and qualitative positive impacts on workers, employers, and the provision of social
services.

Surname 2
A Description of the Minimum-Wage-Earning Class
Meanwhile, knowledge of the employees that constitute the minimum-wage...

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Anonymous
Wow this is really good.... didn't expect it. Sweet!!!!

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