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  •  - A protester shouts anti-government slogans during a demonstration in front of government offices in Cairo

    A protester shouts anti-government slogans during a demonstration in front of government offices in Cairo

    Posted: 5/2/2010 11:30:11 AM EST
    A protester shouts anti-government slogans during a demonstration in front of government offices in Cairo May 2, 2010. Protesters clamoured for a boost to Egypt's minimum wage on Sunday, the latest in a series of demonstrations demanding help for millions of poor Egyptians and greater political freedom in a tightly controlled nation. The protesters demanded a rise in the minimum wage which has been set at 35 pounds ($6.30) a month since 1984. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
  •  - Union protestors demonstrate for higher salaries in Ljubljana's main square

    Union protestors demonstrate for higher salaries in Ljubljana's main square

    Posted: 11/28/2009 7:52:32 AM EST
    Union protestors demonstrate for higher salaries in Ljubljana's main square November 28, 2009. Some 30,000 workers, pensioners and students from all over Slovenia demonstrated in the centre of Ljubljana on Saturday for a higher minimum wage and against a rise in the retirement age. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
  •  - Union protestors demonstrate for higher salaries in Ljubljana's main square

    Union protestors demonstrate for higher salaries in Ljubljana's main square

    Posted: 11/28/2009 7:52:14 AM EST
    Union protestors demonstrate for higher salaries in Ljubljana's main square November 28, 2009. Some 30,000 workers, pensioners and students from all over Slovenia demonstrated in the centre of Ljubljana on Saturday for a higher minimum wage and against a rise in the retirement age. REUTERS/Srdjan Zivulovic (SLOVENIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
  •  - Workers protest in the streets of Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos

    Workers protest in the streets of Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos

    Posted: 5/13/2009 1:08:52 PM EST
    Workers protest in the streets of Nigeria's commercial capital Lagos May 13, 2009. Nigeria's main labour movement is planning rallies around the country to protest against the threat of rising fuel prices, a low minimum wage and lack of progress with electoral reform in Africa's top oil exporter. REUTERS/Akintunde Akinleye (NIGERIA CONFLICT ENERGY BUSINESS)
  •  - Workers display cooking pots during a rally to demand a minimum wage system near the parliament in Seoul

    Workers display cooking pots during a rally to demand a minimum wage system near the parliament in Seoul

    Posted: 11/27/2008 4:29:47 AM EST
    Workers display cooking pots as they shout slogans during a rally to demand a minimum wage system near the parliament in Seoul November 27, 2008. The Korean characters read,"We cannot live with hunger". REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
  •  - Workers make denim jeans for export at garment factory in Manila

    Workers make denim jeans for export at garment factory in Manila

    Posted: 6/17/2008 4:41:07 AM EST
    Workers make denim jeans for export at a garment factory in Manila June 17, 2008. The Philippine government passed a law on Tuesday exempting minimum wage earners, including some factory workers, from paying income tax. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
  •  - Girl living under bridge eats lunch in Manila

    Girl living under bridge eats lunch in Manila

    Posted: 5/15/2008 4:33:52 AM EST
    A girl living under a bridge eats lunch in Manila May 15, 2008. The Philippines will increase its benchmark minimum wage by 20 pesos (47 U.S. cents) per day, or 5.5 percent, to help Filipinos cope with rising food and fuel prices. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES)
  •  - People wait for Japanese PM Abe 's stumping speech for Sunday's upper house election in Matsudo, near Tokyo

    People wait for Japanese PM Abe 's stumping speech for Sunday's upper house election in Matsudo, near Tokyo

    Posted: 7/26/2007 5:45:36 AM EST
    People wait for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's stumping speech for Sunday's upper house election on a pedestrian overpass in Matsudo, near Tokyo July 26, 2007. The "working poor" feels left behind in Japan's economic recovery the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) is touting as one of its major achievements as it heads into Sunday's election for parliament's upper house. Widespread anxiety among the low-paid in Japan, where the minimum wage averages 673 yen ($5.59) an hour, is one source of rising support for opposition parties, almost all of whom have promised to do more to help those on low incomes. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN)