Canadian wage earner in the machine age. by Donald Chalmers MacGregor

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Published by Social Service Council of Canada in Toronto .

Written in English

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  • Labor and laboring classes -- Canada

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SeriesThe Machine age series -- no. 3
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Open LibraryOL21583733M

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The wage-earner. Modern industry has made the huge working-class agglomerations to arise—what an author calls the barracks of the proletariat.

Our nation has its great share of these barracks that one has erected with much enthusiasm, while paying homage to the foreign capital which at last deigned to enlist the sons and daughters of our native land.

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If you can earn an average of $60,/year or $/month you will live a solid middle class lifestyle. If you have kids and a wife you’ll both need to earn $60,0. Incidence of minimum wage workers in the age group and 25+ age group was stable untilwhen a slight increase appears for both groups.

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