New report shows massive impact of $15/hr in communities nationwide

Since the Fight for $15 began in 2012, we’ve won raises for more than 27 million workers around the country. But millions still make less than $15/hr. The federal minimum wage hasn’t gone up in over 11 years, and without a raise, too many workers are falling farther behind.

Now, a new report from the Economic Policy Institute shows the kind of impact a national $15/hr minimum wage would have on our communities: 32 million workers would see a raise – more than a fifth of all U.S. workers.

Find out how many workers in your city would see higher wages and share now!