Thoughts on the proposed minimum wage increase


In January 2015, the Guam minimum wage increased from $7.25 to $8.25. Public Law 32-229 required the government of Guam to assess the impact of the minimum wage increase. The project was conducted by Market Research & Development Inc., with Rosanne Jones, professor of economics at the University of Guam, and Anne Althauser of the University of Washington as principal investigators. Aline Yamashita, president of The Leadership Co., was also one of the investigators. Below is a brief synopsis of the research conducted by this non-partisan group.

The research was two . . .

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