£10 minimum wage will mean a significant boost – even for people in lines of work that will surprise many
The responses to a tweet on Labour’s plans to introduce a £10 minimum wage have revealing an astonishing variety of people who will benefit. While few will be surprised to read that supermarket and care workers are abominably underpaid, respondents include supply teachers, librarians, and restaurant managers.
The responses also make clear both how big a difference Labour government will make to huge numbers of people – and the hard work and tough jobs many of them are currently doing for far less:
The number of people in low-paid and/or insecure work is enormous. If you’re one of them – or care about any of them – only a Labour vote will do.
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