Among those workers who would benefit from a minimum wage increase to $15 by 2024, most work full time
Shares of affected workers who work full, mid, or part time
|Full time (35+ hrs.)||Mid time (20–34 hrs.)||Part time (<20 hrs.)|
Share of each work-hour group that would benefit
|Group||Share of category|
|Part time (<20 hrs.)||48.4%|
|Mid time (20–34 hrs.)||52.8%|
|Full time (35+ hrs.)||20.1%|
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Source: Economic Policy Institute Minimum Wage Simulation Model using data from the Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Congressional Budget Office. See Cooper, Mokhiber, and Zipperer 2019.