hahn square ceiling rack With the minimum wage in New York City going to $15 an hour at the end of the year and with the lower minimum for tipped workers likely to be outlawed relatively soon, restaurants are the canary in the coal mine to gauge the impact of raising wages by so much, so fast. So far, the data shows that the number of restaurants and the number of people they employ just keeps going up even as labor costs climb.
android wifi hacker application Economists James Parrott of the Center for New York City at the New School dug out numbers from the quarterly census of wages and employment. He was prompted to do so because opponents of the higher minimum wage and defenders of the lower base wage for tipped workers have been pointing to a decline in restaurants in 2016 data, especially for full-service places. Numbers for last year show a strong rebound in 2017. Parrott believes the drop in 2016 was probably a statistical aberration.
virtual dj crack mac 6.1 "These data clearly show that since New York state started lifting the minimum wage at the end of 2013, there has been continued strong annual growth averaging 4% to 5% in the number of employees and the number of restaurants," he said. "Average and total wages have also increased steadily."
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