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Employee and Employer Relations

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This July marks one year since Washington, DC raised its minimum wage from $8.25 an hour to $9.50. But Renee Patterson, who has worked as a teacher's aide for minimum wage for 10 years, says it hasn'y made much of a difference for her.

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Warning that modern labor-saving technology is making humans expendable, Zeynep Tufekci writes that "[o]ptimists insist that we've been here before, during the Industrial Revolution, when machinery replaced manual labor, and all we need is a litt