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An Open Letter: “DEAR MINIMUM WAGE WORKER STRIKING FAST FOOD FRANCHISES FOR $15 AN HOUR”

Posted on August 29, 2013
Filed Under Economics, Jobs, WebVideo | Leave a Comment


DEAR MINIMUM WAGE WORKER STRIKING FOR $15 an hour,

I would support your cause for one week of pay at this wage if you promise to take an ECONOMICS 101 course to learn about supply and demand and diminishing returns. You see there are consequences for dropping out of high school, being in prison, and not learning to read or speak proper grammar.

MOREOVER, you see for every $1 increase in pay , several 100,000 of the most vulnerable in society lose their jobs. That’s because when the increase in pay adds up to a new worker on the payroll in total, they will layoff to sustain the low profit margin franchisees make after paying licensing fees, regulations, rent etc to the McDonalds, Burger Kings and KFC. It means minority unemployment and High School students have higher unemployment. Why would they hire a no experience candidate when they can hire a special needs or elderly worker who will show up on time and work hard for the same wage?

Am I heartless? Well the Wall Street Journal confirms minimum wage increases are truly “slapping the vulnerable with kindness”

“Earlier this year, economist David Neumark of the University of California, Irvine, wrote on these pages that the 70-cent-an-hour increase in the minimum wage would cost some 300,000 jobs. Sure enough, the mandated increase to $7.25 took effect in July, and right on cue the August and September jobless numbers confirm the rapid disappearance of jobs for teenagers”

READ THE ACTUAL RESEARCH STUDY HERE

CAUSE: Ask what happened to Hostess Brands — the maker of such iconic baked goods as Twinkies, Drake’s Devil Dogs and Wonder Bread … After the The Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union walked off on strike despite widely repeated warnings that doing so would directly result in the company’s bankruptcy.

EFFECT: Hostess’ nearly 18,500 workers will lose their jobs as the company shuts 33 bakeries and 565 distribution centers nationwide, as well as 570 outlet stores.

You See …. It’s not meant to be a living wage. It’s a “TRAINING WAGE” …. so good luck demanding more for your low skill, lack of proper education choices, or anti-social behaviors. Go back to school. Get a school loan, a grant, or learn a new trade in demand. I worked at $3.35 an hour in 1986 and it reinforced why I continued school. I hated it …. it convinced me I don’t want to flip burgers. It was and should always be a temporary job. Now walk out on strike today, get fired and wake up from the agitators to learn that’s the proper consequence. And …. don’t be surprised when you lose a job going on strike demanding higher wages and your plant closes like the unions forced upon Twinkies Hostess. Learn Math too. And don’t have several dads for your babies … have one, get married first … and stay in school.

Yours Truly “EL DAVE”

FACTS SUPPORTING A SEEMINGLY INSENSITIVE OPINION:

  • The Young and the Jobless: The minimum wage hike has driven the wages of teen employees down to $0.00.

  • Hostess Brands closing for good after Union fails to Heed Warning of Risking Bankruptcy

  • Racist origins of the minimum wage

  • Hostess’ nearly 18,500 workers will lose their jobs as the company shuts 33 bakeries and 565 distribution centers nationwide, as well as 570 outlet stores. The Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union represents about 5,000 Hostess employees.

    “We deeply regret the necessity of today’s decision, but we do not have the financial resources to weather an extended nationwide strike,” said CEO Gregory Rayburn in a statement.

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