Monolithicman is discussing:

Workers rejoice. The minimum wage is set to go up in 72 US jurisdictions in 2020. The increases will be in 24 states and 48 cities and counties.

"David Howell, a professor of economics and public policy at the New School, told CNN back in July that half of the projected jobs lost are held by teenagers, who could find other work more in-line with a career track."

If that were actually a possibility wouldn't teens already be doing that instead of working at McDonald's for minimum wage?