• $31 million a year in salary
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    • Just look at his face. How monotone his responses are, how he repeats his answer. This is a man that's been given charge of running a piece of the modern world
      LegoBossk 13 may
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    • “When the poor have nothing left to eat, they will eat the rich.”
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    • Do you live in Cali. Also how much food stamps do you get
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    • Y’all really missing the damn point here. You should be able to live anywhere in the states comfortably working a decent job. Bottom line. No body should be given crumbs and expected to make a sandwich. And people like this guy are the people who say there’s nothing wrong with this.
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    • This video and the comments show that people who are well off know nothing about the struggle of the poor. You say all of these ideas that are not feasible. Yea food stamps and child care help but one major financial hit like a medical issue or car issues destroy the family when they barely make end
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    • Why would people assume you can be a single parent on a bank tellers salary 16.50 an hour is plenty for one person to live one clearly it isn’t mean for supporting a family
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    • bro jus dont live in California duh
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    • The problem isn't her wage, it's that she lives in California lmao
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    • Fucke chase man they charge u for everything u fart in there bank hmmmm that a 25$ charge sir
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    • Found the problem, govt is taking 6k in taxes, that’s about $500 a month. Done
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    • yo no joke. as someone from texas is food in general way more expensive out there? if so that’s fucked up. cause i’m austin $400/month for two people in food is really quite good food . like that’s actually my budget my girlfriend and i share and we eat a balanced diverse diet with plenty of meat.
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    • Hmmmm maybe we shouldn’t tax the fucking shit out of our residents
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    • Thanks ifunny, for reminding me that most of you are all cold heartless bastards
      M1lk 16 may
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    • $1,600 a month for a one bedroom apartment?!?! WTF CALIFORNIA? I can fix the shortfall real fucking fast, move. Come to Texas or something, $1,600 a month for a 1 bed room apartment, Jesus Christ.
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    • 16.50 an hour is definitely a living wage where I live, I think the problem isn’t wages it’s cost of living
      Admirel 15 may
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    • I swear I respect people her being as calm as she is if that’s fucking snake said that “I’d have to think about it” to me as much as he did I’d go off and say he he should be hung fuck greedy cunts like that my lord
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    • And California is a blue state, cost of living is astronomical. Thanks socialism...
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    • Who the fuck pays 1600 a month for a one bedroom apartment. California is shit.
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    • The take away from this for me is the cost of living in Irvine, California is way too damn high. A single bedroom apartment should not cost $1,600 a month. That is insane. $16.50 an hour would be great where I live.
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    • For anyone saying “just move” how easy was it for you to find a stable job and safe neighborhood while in a different state? Just asking
      WatuhBoy 16 may
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    • Well a good takeaway is that Cali prices are too damn high, also if they did just start raising minimum wage for jobs like that soon everyone will have a raise and that's how you get inflation
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    • If you’re spending 400 dollars on food you’re not eating ramen every meal. That’d come out to like 40 dollars.
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    • I love how politicians make people's lives difficult by restricting supply in order to force housing costs to rise AND tax people for their income AND THEN point fingers at everyone else but themselves to say "you fix it". How about you stop stealing our money & let markets fix the shortfalls?! Ffs
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    • 1600 dollars for a 1 bedroom apartment you could get a pretty damn solid 2-3 bedroom apartment in the DFW area for that much?
      LuigiWah 17 may
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    • 1 bedroom is 1,600 a month?!?!
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    • So if the bank teller is unhappy with her job, can't she find another? He can pay his employees as much as he would like because it is his company, but he runs the risk of people leaving his company or never coming to it in the first place. You can't come into someone's company and demand more money
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    • $1600 to live in the same room with your kid. You need to think about that one for a second. Maybe you should move?
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    • "Just don't live in California" that's the dumbest comment this has nothing to do with the state. Every major city has high living costs and low wages for lower level jobs. Someone has to do them. About 42% of jobs make less than $15 and most of the opportunities are in high cost of living locations
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    • and y'all somehow defend them. im no communist but look at the fucking monsters who run these companies. this man probably doesn't feel a thing and he could not care less.
      honbee 15 may
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    • Step 1, don't live where the cost of living is that high, step 2, don't have a kid, especially out of wedlock. Step 3: rice and beans for a month are vastly cheaper than $400. Step 4: if you don't like your salary then you are welcome to find a new job
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    • Idk where you get a 1600 dollar single bedroom apartment but that's a jacked price, i got a 1700 dollar apartment with 2 bedrooms 2 bathrooms a kitchen in a gated community with a gym and a pool, i have 1 roomate togeather its 850 a month, utilities about 100 for each of us this lady honestly increa
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    • I swear people just look to criticize the rich, how about congratulating a man paying a single mom 35k a year to live with benefits vacation rebates 401k etc. how about criticizing the government? taking 17% of her check and the state and local sales tax varying 7.25%-10.25% on the dollar? Fuck off
      vandrewv 15 may
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    • iFunny once again defending greedy rich people and saying "we should have to work 3 jobs to simply live" and then probably bitching about rich liberals doing what is best for themselves somewhere else
      ogrethis 16 may
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    • I can’t believe saying “everyone deserves a living wage” is a controverisal statement.....
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    • I work at a bank. Started out making $33k right of our college. I was a teller for 6 moths and got promoted. Less than 3 years in and I’m a loan officer making almost 50k. Stop complaining about your “living wage” and do something about it. Stop waiting for handouts.
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    • Not really the bank that's causing issues, more like the state of commiefornia where everything is taxed to hell. There's not many things that aren't taxed in that state and I'm sure their politician's are finding ways to tax what remains.
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    • These piss me off bc I started at minimum wage. I went hungry. I lived w people I didn't want to. I watched YouTube videos about IT (shout out to prof Messer) to better myself and build a better situation. All these "Patricias" complain and want to be rescued. Help your own damn self.
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    • So after scrolling through the comments the concensus seems to be: move even if you can't reasonable afford to do so, get rid of your child because you shouldn't have a child even if you had them before going into poverty and all low wage employees should just quit immediately and go to trade school
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    • Part 1: The thing that people dont understand is that, if yoh raise the wages in a given area, the cost of living will go up with the wages and while people will have a higher # of $'s their real wealth will be lower because the people who make the prices on a given good or service will see that...
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    • The funny part is, that there are people who will applaud him and be on his side. The internet is funny. Good for her to bring this up. But anyway, here.
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    • All the people who empathize with this piece of shit have never been hungery in their lives. It's one thing to make a successful business but it's another thing to fuck your workers just to make more money and then just say I'll think about it
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    • The problem here isn't income, the problem is California. $1600 for an apartment? Move.
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    • Single motherhood is the big problem here. Don’t have kids before marriage and you won’t be poor
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    • Okay? Biggest expense was rent, move to a place where you can afford rent. There are places where rent is $400/500 per month, you don’t need to pay $1,700 per month for rent. There. Fixed your $500 deficit stupid fucking Democrat
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    • “She makes 36k, after we take a chunk of that, she can’t afford to live. What can we do so she doesn’t go into debt?” Idk, maybe don’t take 1/5 of her income? A fuckin nutless monkey could help people better than either of these pigs
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    • Look at all the 14-18 year old economical experts in the comment section you guys I bet they pay all the bills at home too 😂
      boohooidc 16 may
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    • Don’t stay in a goddamn $1600 apartment then 🙄 that’s too damn much
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    • How about tax her less. There’s the difference right there.
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    • Now here me out when I say this. Get married and don't raise a kid by yourself.
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    • I worked for an airline as a baggage handler, and got paid more than that lady is talking about. Not only did I get paid more per hour, but I got flight benefits and profit share too. If your job pays shit, find a different job.
      am86 17 may
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    • Or you could live somewhere else? My one bedroom is $550 a month also the system is not designed to work well for single parents that’s why the number one cause of people being on gov support is having children pre marriage and pre graduation
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    • This is very disingenuous. If your salary is on the low end, you will rent or buy an apartment or house on the low end. She gave an average of 1600 a month, but if what she is making is not the average salary, she should not be living in an average house. This is a problem of people trying to 1/2
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    • It’s sad to see how shit my teachers get paid, forcing them to have two - three jobs to sustain themselves and their children
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    • Not defending the billionaire, but maybe, just MAYBE, "Patricia" would be able to provide for her kid if politicians like her wouldnt vote to increase taxes coming from our paychecks. We would have more if they didnt take so damn much
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    • I think everyone commenting about how she should just move and how she might get food stamps are all people who have never lived alone and on a budget
      Kushki 16 may
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    • Think about this; she lives in irevene California. She said $1600 for a 1 bed apt, not including utilities. Here in CT its $750 for a 1 bed not including utilities. In NC where my family is, its even cheaper. She spends $150/w gas at a bank, i spend $80/w as pizza delivery driver. Blame cali
      glatata 16 may
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    • I’m not tryna defend the billionaire or anything like that, maybe its because i don’t live in California, but $16.50 an hour sounds like a completely livable wage
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    • The biggest problem here is that where you live makes a huge difference. A 1 bed apartment for $1600/m is INSANE. My first apt was a 1 bed and I paid less than $600/m.
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    • The fuck is apartments for 1600$? I had a 2 bed for 850$
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    • A Democrat from California is complaining to a bank CEO, first thing is that its in California so everything is expensive, second California should try reducing rent rates, a one bedroom apartment an hour outside Albany, New York is $1,000 per month with water sewer and trash removal included
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    • Here comes the ignorance
      yhufg 15 may
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    • People love defending the greedy rich and saying fuck off to the poor. Everyone in the comments like “just leave your state” but if the rich have any short falls “don’t worry master, we’ll bail you out with our taxes. Notice me Wall Street!!”
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    • $1600 is generous. In my hometown in Los Angeles, the cheapest STUDIO was $2000 when I checked it about a month ago.
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    • Unless that father died, why did she decide to have a kid with that low of a pay for her area?
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    • The reason this problem arises is not because of the wage workers are paid! The problem is the cost of living, 1,600 for a 1 bedroom apartment in Cali is relatively accurate, it’s the same cost for a 2 bedroom apartment in Oregon and we have outrageous housing costs. Meanwhile the same cost of a...
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    • I want more politicians to grill the people taking advantage of the workforce
      g0d0rt 16 may
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    • The problem here isn't the job or pay it is the state of the State she lives in. High priced housing high priced food ect. Everyone wants the minimum wage up cuz it's a quick temp fix. The problem is the constant increase in common goods and taxes.
      Ram13 16 may
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    • People like him are running this country, don’t forget it bitches
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    • She’s living in California and apparently there is no husband supporting her. That’s basically a formula for being broke.
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    • It's the Liberal run Blue states. Vote their high tax totalitarian asses out of office. Leftists are the real problem.
      Neno1313 15 may
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    • Answer: don’t live in Cali
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    • Imagine taking an entry level job and complaining you get don’t get paid enough to do a task so easy that it is literally meant for everybody in the world to do.
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    • So basically what this retard just ignored was that the housing is waaaayy overpriced in California because libtards fucked the housing market
      Harry117 16 may
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    • A decent apartment shouldn’t cost more than 800 max tf
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    • Let’s redo that math to what it should be shall we? 35k a year, DON’T take a shit to for taxes. Gives you 2,916.67 a month. A more reasonable $400 a month for an apartment that size is down to only 2,516.67 a month... see where I’m going? The salary is not the problem. It’s the terrible environment
      BigMorty 16 may
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    • You shouldn't pay minimum wage for a full time job. That just doesn't make sense at all.
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    • I honestly think this is a problem for the state of California to solve not him. It seems like it’s the cost of living there that’s the problem. 16.50 in a lot of areas around the country is more than enough.
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    • I don't understand the idea of attacking people with more money. I dont have a lot myself. Horrible spot now because of virus. I'm not mad at anyone for it. Not looking for someone to just give me money. If my job doesn't pay enough I work harder and maybe find a better job. No one said it's 1/2
      N4rrator 16 may
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    • I deliver beer for a living. My 4th week of working there I got struck in the back by a metal lift gate, probably about 2000 pounds. (I got diagnosed with minimal scoliosis which can be caused by physical trauma). I was on light duty when the VP of my company (Miller Lite) kinda harassed me about(1)
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    • I mean yeah, but that's why if you have a kid, you should be prepared for that and plan ahead and have a partner, or don't have a kid. I get divorce is a thing, but even then the child's father should still be pitching in
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    • Her first problem was living in california
      DatTop 15 may
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    • He was still giving the best answer for this scenario, nothing he could say would make her happy
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    • Can't help but notice that the tax took $6000 right off the start and she didn't even mention it as a potential problem. I get taxes are necessary but that the government can't admit its own out of control budget is kind of part of the problem too. A good start be to stop bailing out companies 1/2
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    • An impressive argument even if the math was $2 off lol
      lord_tony 17 may
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    • maybe vote out your shitty liberal gov. representatives that drive the cost of living thru the roof while simultaneously taxing tbe shit out of everything
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    • Who the fuck pays $1600 in rent and doesn’t fucking leave the place
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    • Its funny that its a mother that lives in california working for above minimum wage but she cant afford anything. She then blames the ceo of the bank because of that. How can you choose to have a child and choose to live in an area that you cant afford let alone the child and still blame the bank.
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    • The food part I think was bullshit numbers. You dont spend $200 a person if you're poor
      Yort987 16 may
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    • or how about the company just doesnt offer the job then? so now she earns no income, is that better? people choose to work where they work and the market dictates the wage based on how much value they provide to the market. no one deserves anything in this world. nothing is given. it is not anyones
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    • If you are going to do business in a high cost area of living, pay your employees better in that area. Is it that hard? I'm not talking about McDonald's or any other start up fast food job. Hell I worked retail for the last 4 years and didn't even touch the 16.50 being discussed. Those jobs 1/2
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    • So theres 2 solutions. Live anywhere but California. Like ya know a place in most states where rent can be found easily for 600-1000 dollars for a 1 bedroom. Or don't have a kid without qualifications or a man who sticks around. If the governor of Cali wants to take care of this woman because of
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    • If you're making 16.50 am hour at 40 hours a week you're making more than enough. You don't need after school child-care that costs an obscene amount, get a babysitter. You get benefits for being a single-parent that she didn't account for as well, and if you pay 400$ a month on food for two...
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    • Imagine raising a family in California lol
      Austro 16 may
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    • Fuck billionaires man
      bigbigmac 16 may
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    • Patrica made a choice.. Patrica fucked a man with no job. Don't be like Patricia.
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    • $400 for monthly groceries for an adult and child? Seems off.
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    • Unpopular opinion. Sounds like she has the wrong job. You dont take a low paying job if you cant do it by yourself. Thats a good one for someone with a partner to split the bills with. Either live in your means or make your means match your living. Its not the employers fault a single mom applied.
      TS27 16 may
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    • 1600 for a 1 bedroom apartment?!?! Just move dumbass
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    • Chase owes me over $500. I closed my account in mid March and they said they'd send the remainder by check in 10-14 business days. I still hadn't received it by mid-april so I called again. They confirmed my address (it was already correct) and said they would send another check that should've
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    • Alright, here are some budget fixes for someone already making double minimum wage: Live with your parents like most Asian countries, don't have a child without a partner to support it, or just don't live in a massive crowded city with high cost of living as a single parent
      Svenrolic 16 may
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