NFIB Comments on Mimimum Wage Hike in New Hampshire

Date: March 05, 2014

Related Content: News Economy New Hampshire

NFIB New Hampshire State Director Bruce Berke was recently quoted in the Concord Monitor on lawmaker’s efforts to raise the minimum wage in New Hampshire.

Berke proposed at the hearing that a “training wage” provision for teenagers who start in entry-level jobs similar to other states.

Berke cited a ski area general manager he knows said he hires many teenagers at the minimum wage.
NFIB feels that an increase in the minimum wage is difficult for small businesses to absorb with so many other rising costs like healthcare.

Related Content: News | Economy | New Hampshire

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