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Hard-Working Has Not Been Paying Off For Many Young and Old
President Obama affrimed "nobody who works full-time should ever have to raise a family in poverty."
By: Rashid Brown
President Obama is campaigning that Americans wants a paycheck that lets them support their families by raising minimum wage to $10.10 per hour / $19,392 annually EBITDA which is below the poverty level . President Obama affrimed "nobody who works full-time should ever have to raise a family in poverty." However, the projected pay hike is below the the poverty level in 2012 set at $23,050 for a family of four according the U.S. Census Bureau.
Workforce expert, business guru and economic futurist Rashid Brown named Outstanding Georgia Citizen by the Secretary of State of The State of Georgia has provided non-partisan evaluation of the proposed 'pay raise' for Americans in his latest analysis titled If You Work Hard, It Should Pay Off. In his recent book Careergonomics (http://rashidbrown.com) a team of leaders discussed several ways to creating greater economic stability and expansion: acccess to better employment opportunity, access to capital, increase hiring and more are great options to help Americans have a better life during changing times. Rashid and his team has been helping others around the world understand their talent and get recognized for it.
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