Schoofs Weighs In On Minimum Wage Increase

Paul Schoofs, Patricia Parker Francis Professor of Economics at Ripon College, is quoted in an article in the Green Bay Press Gazette about whether or not the minimum wage in the United States should be increased.

The article examines the issue from a wide variety of perspectives. Schoofs discusses the disparity in cost of living in different portions of the U.S. and mentions one potential solution to address that difficulty.

Click here to read the full article in the Green Bay Press Gazette.


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