Interesting perspective from a former fast food and retail employee-turned-columnist John Hawkins. Read here at Townhall.
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Would be cool to see a blog post showcasing the actual wages military personnel make vs minimum wage workers and what it would look like if minimum wage for fast food employees was raised.
It’s definitely a topic that is talked about on the internet and shown, but data would be nice to see. Especially if burger flippers are making more than the military
“as conservatives, we have a fundamentally different vision for people in starter jobs than the Left does. Liberals look at poor Americans, think they’re hapless losers who don’t deserve any better and see decades of food stamps, welfare and the minimum wage in their futures. However, nobody should want that for themselves, their children or their neighbors.”
Yet we are encouraging that constantly
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Agreed. When us kids were growing up, our parents never had visions of us working long-term in a minimum wage job. My parents never pushed me to go to college, they left that choice up to me. However, they didn’t see me in low-skilled job either. They expected me to have some sort of trade or vocational skills.
“As a conservative who has worked those jobs and now works for myself, I think we should be encouraging people to aspire to be more than a minimally-educated, minimally-working, minimally-skilled minimum wage employee. There’s nothing wrong with any honest job, but there is something wrong with people squandering their potential.”
The left is constantly arguing against this though, how can we change the perception?
Pushing onward and utilizing key data to show a trend in the increase of people on unemployment assistance.
“If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being, you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life.”-Abraham Maslow
Which is why you should continue to succeed until you fail. Complacency is harming our country.
Yes, people who settle for less often take up positions for those who cannot reach more.
If they are complacent then that is a sign they don’t deserve more. The hardworking should get the jobs. It is worse to be a lazy smart person than a dumb hardworking person.
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