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Minimum wage statistics are often cited as evidence of the economic inequality in America.
However, they are often taken out of context and often rely on data from the last two decades.
To understand the minimum wages of other countries, we have to look at the history of their minimum wages.
This article is a brief history of the minimums in the world.
Source: wikipedia The minimum wage is an economic index that measures how much a worker should be paid based on their age and experience level.
This measure is used to measure wage gaps in countries, such as the US, where many workers are older than the median age in the country.
In the United States, the minimum is set at $7.25 per hour.
The minimum hourly wage in the UK is £7.20 per hour and in Canada, it is $10.25.
The UK minimum wage rate is currently £6.70 per hour, whereas in the United Kingdom it is £6 per hour (with the minimum salary going up to £7 an hour by 2020).
The minimum rate for minimum wage workers in the developed world is around $10 per hour or $20 per week, whereas the minimum rate in the developing world is between $15 and $25 per week.
Minimum wage data for countries with a population of 10 million or more is not available.
For countries with less than 10 million people, the median minimum wage per hour is between £1 and £3 per hour depending on the minimum and hourly rate.
Minimum wages in developed countries can vary considerably, depending on factors such as geography, economic status, unemployment and age, as well as labour market policies.
Minimum Wage in the Developing World – How much does it cost?
Minimum Wage data for the developing countries is often taken from the World Bank, and some of the data is also from the International Labour Organization.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) publishes minimum wage data in various formats, but this article will focus on the ILO minimum wage series.
It is based on a sample of countries with at least one full- and part-time job and one annual income.
There are different ways to calculate the average minimum wage in different countries, and the ILo minimum wage dataset is the most reliable.
However some of its data is derived from the data of the World Economic Forum, and is therefore not necessarily representative.
The basic concept is that the average wage is the minimum price paid by a worker to an employer for the work done.
The average wage can vary significantly depending on different factors such for example the size of the economy and the age and gender distribution of the population.
The ILO definition of the average is “the price paid for the quantity of labour put into a particular product or service”.
The median and the minimum can be expressed in terms of the product or services that would be most useful to the workers or the country, but they are also used to describe the general average wage.
This means that the minimum would be more or less equal to the average wages in the countries.
For example, the U.S. minimum wage of $7 per hour does not differ from the median wage of around $8 per hour in many countries, because the median and minimum are often not adjusted for inflation.
In countries where there are large numbers of low-paid workers, such for instance Bangladesh and India, the ILOs minimum wage may be higher than the minimum in other countries.
However this is only true for the minimum paid for workers in low-income countries.
In some countries, the wages of the most well-paid employees are above the minimum, such China, for example.
This difference between the minimum for workers earning above the median for a given country and for those earning below the median may have to do with the way they are paid.
The World Economic Group defines a minimum wage as “a wage that is sufficient to enable the worker to live at the minimum standard of living”.
This means the minimum should be set in line with the national average wage, and that the level of the wage should be adjusted as necessary to maintain a living standard that is close to the minimum.
A country that is overpaying its workers is likely to have a low minimum wage.
The same goes for countries that are overpaying their workers, who may not be paid the full minimum wage because of the low number of hours worked, and who may also not be able to make ends meet.
The higher the minimum the less likely the workers are to be able and willing to work, and therefore the less the minimum could be paid.
As a rule, the lower the minimum a country has a higher average wage per worker.
Countries with higher average wages are likely to be richer countries, with larger populations, more skilled workers and lower unemployment rates.
Countries that have a lower average wage may have higher poverty rates and higher poverty levels.
The U.K. has the lowest average wage in Europe and the U,S.,