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Study: ‘Tipped’ Minimum Wage Kills Jobs, Too

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Study: ‘Tipped’ Minimum Wage Kills Jobs, Too

National Review Online September 7, 2021
EconomicsEmployment

The minimum-wage debate has quieted down a bit since the Senate parliamentarian put the kibosh on party-line federal legislation, but the research continues. A new study focuses on the “tipped” minimum wage.

Workers who make a lot of their money from tips have a lower minimum — federally, $2.13 instead of $7.25 — and some would like to change that. A Democratic bill, for example, would hike the overall minimum wage to $15 and eliminate the lower wage for tipped workers. The new study, however, looks at what happened when states experimented with variations in the tipped minimum wage and finds not-so-rosy results.

Continue reading the entire piece here at National Review Online

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Robert VerBruggen is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute. 

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