Victoria ‘living’ wage $18 an hour, report estimates


Victoria’s Living Wage is $18.07 an hour.

Maintaining an adequate quality of life — without frills — in Victoria requires a minimum hourly wage of $18.07, according to a 2012 report. A couple with both partners earning that amount and working 35 hours a week could adequately feed, clothe and shelter themselves and two children, the report says.

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Source: Times Colonist

Author: Richard Watts

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