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$10.10 Minimum Wage Would Add Less Than 1 Percent To Walmart's Labor Bill

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WASHINGTON, DC - DECEMBER, 21: Christina Ford, stands by to help customers at the self checkout registers at a new Wal-Mart in Washington, DC, Saturday December 21, 2013. Ford, who was laid off from her job working at a group home for the elderly and was out of work for more than a year and living in a homeless shelter with her children, was hired by Wal-Mart in October. (Photo by Dayna Smith/For The Washington Post via Getty Images) | The Washington Post via Getty Images

A boost in the minimum wage to $10.10 would add $200 million -- or less than 1 percent -- to Wal-Mart’s annual labor bill, the University of California Berkeley Center for Labor Research and Education estimates.

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