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Book: Nickel and Dimed

Ehrenreich is somewhat surprised that low-wage workers in Minnesota aren’t treated better than low-wage workers in other states because
A.
Minnesota has a low unemployment rate
B.
it is a relatively liberal state and tries more than most states to help people who are unemployed<<<<<My answer
C.
companies have to worry about workers leaving for Canada, where employees receive better pay and benefits
D.
the state’s constitution, compared to other states’ constitutions, gives workers more rights and benefits
E.
employers in Minnesota are more flexible and easy going overall

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