Bergen County, NJ -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/29/2014 -- On the day of historic state of the union address the White House announced that President Obama has plans to issue an executive order that would increase the minimum wage for new federal contract works. The minimum wage would guarantee that no federal worker is paid less than $10.10 an hour. New Jersey resident Anthony Amado is interested to see how this increase would help the economy of New Jersey, which is still recovering from Hurricane Sandy.
President Obama is also trying to increase the nation’s minimum wage, but that legislation is currently stalled in Congress. An increase in the nation’s minimum wage would be a huge move for the country to help people relying on minimum wage for a living.
Even those earning more than minimum wage, recognize the importance of raising the minimum wage. Anthony Amado agrees that everyone should be making a living wage, and that it is up to the government to make sure that happens for everyone.
About Anthony Amado
Anthony Amado was born and raised in Bergen County, New Jersey. Coming from a large loving family, Anthony has developed a strong sense of determination and compassion for others. Growing up Anthony was in involved in church activities and an elite traveling soccer team. Traveling with the team required teamwork and dedication. It also allowed Anthony the chance to travel abroad and learn about new cultures and people at a young age.
Anthony attended college at Montclair State University, in Montclair, New Jersey. While in college Anthony continued to play colligate soccer. It was in college where Anthony’s strong interest in business and marketing started to grow. Anthony joined an international business fraternity, Alpha Kappa Psi (AKPSI) in college. The organization elected Anthony to the position of pledge class president. Alpha Kappa Psi was founded on the principles of educating its members and the public to appreciate and demand higher.
In the professional world, Anthony joined a growing company and has continued to help it grow. To get the business where it is at today, Anthony had to work three jobs at times to make it happen. The hard work and dedication that Anthony developed at a young age has carried through today.
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