Bronx single mother supports nationwide effort to raise fast food workers’ wages

Nathalia Supelveda, a Bronx single mother and fast food worker, says that she supports the nationwide protests to raise fast food workers’ pay to $15

The Living Wage Calculator says that a single parent with one child would have to earn around three times the current $7.25 minimum wage to get by.

The Living Wage Calculator says that a single parent with one child would have to earn around three times the current $7.25 minimum wage to get by. (7/30/13)

THE BRONX - Nathalia Supelveda, a Bronx single mother and fast food worker, says that she supports the nationwide protests to raise fast food workers' pay to $15 an hour.

The Living Wage Calculator says that a single parent with one child would have to earn around three times the current $7.25 minimum wage to get by.

A Bronx certified financial planner told News 12 that living on minimum wage in New York City is "almost impossible."

Striking workers were joined by city officials and elected leaders yesterday during a one-day protest throughout New York City.

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