By Tristan Perkins
Currently, a wide income gap has low wage American workers battling with the richest Americans for their share of the wealth. There’s a gaping hole in America’s wage distribution known as Income Inequality, which is the difference between what employers and employees make.
The minimum wage is $7.50/hour. Meanwhile, the CEO of a major corporation makes roughly $9,200/hour. Fair wage distribution has been an escalating problem in America since the 1900s.
The difference between a worker’s measly $300 checks and his/her boss’s million dollar checks is education. The logical way to close the gap is to keep Americans in school longer. Continue reading Guest editorial: Statistics show education pays off