According to a new study cited by the San Francisco Chronicle, a family of 4 needs to make $77,069 in order to “get by” in San Francisco.
Consumer goods manufacturer Kimberly-Clark announced today that it was raising prices on a variety of products from Huggies diapers to Scott and Cottonelle bathroom tissue.
The Center for American Progress has a article explaining how costs have risen since the last minimum wage increase. According to their numbers, “dinner” has gone up 39.72%, electricity is up 25.02%, and gasoline up 135.20%.
With all this talk about the new minimum wage we thought we’d take a look at the state minimum wage rates from across the country.