What is Edmonton’s Living Wage for 2022?
Edmonton Social Planning Council is pleased to launch Edmonton’s Living Wage Report for 2022, which we have been calculating on an annual basis since 2015. A living wage is the hourly wage that a primary income earner must make to provide for themselves, their families, and reach basic financial security. As the cost of living rises every year, it takes more and more money to support a family. This year’s report marks some exciting changes to the living wage as this year’s calculation now considers the cost of living for a family of four, a single parent family, and a single adult! Join us for this launch event to learn the new living wage figures for 2022, learn more about the living wage, and how to get involved in the Alberta Living Wage Network.
When: Tuesday, November 15, 2022, @ noon!
Presenters: Sydney Sheloff, Strategic Research Coordinator, Edmonton Social Planning Council and Ryan Lacanilao, Coordinator, Alberta Living Wage Network
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- Timezone: America/New_York
- Date: Nov 15 2022
- Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm