exchange with a job recruiter because it didn’t pay enough to live on.
The original poster, who goes by the name u/dadbodf**ker4life, wrote about the incident on Reddit’s popular “Work Reform” forum, where it got more than 20,000 upvotes and 600 comments.
With a living wage, an employee can pay for their basic needs with the money they earn from one job instead of having to work more than one job.
“The Living Wage Calculator,” which was made by MIT Professor Dr. Amy Glasmeier in 2004, is one way for people to figure out how much money they need to live on.
Glasmeier said, “The living wage is the minimum income standard that, if met, makes a very thin line between the working poor being financially independent and needing public assistance.” “Or live in constant and severe fear of not having a place to live or food to eat.” Because of this, the living wage might be better thought of as a minimum subsistence wage for people living in the United States.
The Living Wage takes into account a number of things, such as where a person lives and what they need to meet their basic needs while still being able to support themselves.
“Got to Pass”
In the post called “Am I doing this right?,” the OP showed screenshots of texts between themselves and a supposed recruiter.
In one of the texts from the recruiter, the shift times were given. For example, the second shift started at 3 p.m. until 11 p.m. The third shift ran from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m. to 7 a.m.