The Daily Caller reports on how raiding minimum wage will decrease work for teenagers and discusses how youth will miss out on important skill learning opportunities with CEI's Ryan Young.
Younger workers are most often low-skilled just by virtue of not having a lot of work experience. When Obama was scooping ice cream, he undoubtedly could not handle the presidency, but that experience combined with what followed, allowed him to climb the ladder to the top.
“You learn to show up on time, you learn to work with customers and coworkers,” Competitive Enterprise Institute Fellow Ryan Young told The DCNF. “Those skills are very beneficial.”
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