Express Employment Professionals

In the 15 months since working for $7.25 sweeping floors and serving customers, the 22-year-old KFC employee from Brooklyn has become one of the most visible faces of a movement that has staged strikes across the country demanding a $15-an-hour wage and union representation for fast-food workers.  (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

Study: 38 Percent Of Employers Will Lay Off Workers If Minimum Wage Is Hiked

A new study has found that 38 percent of employers will lay workers off if the minimum wage is increased as President Barack Obama has proposed.



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