Charter/Spectrum ups company’s minimum wage to $18 an hour, says it’s hiring for 3,000 positions

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The broadband company Charter/Spectrum announced it is hiring for thousands of positions and has raised its company’s minimum wage to $18, part of the business’s efforts to get to a $20 starting wage for all employees in the next year.

As part of its announcement Tuesday, the company said virtually all current and newly hired salaried and hourly employees will now earn at least $18 an hour and receive paid benefits, including medical, life and disability, education, training and retirement plans.

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