Minimum wage in Pardes

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This article covers the minimum wage laws that are in effect in some nations in Pardes. This covers both the systems utilised (minimum wage, guaranteed minimum income or negative income tax) as well as the amount under said system, if and where applicable.

     No minimum wage scheme in effect
     No national minimum wage scheme; local minimum wage schemes may exist
     National minimum wage scheme

Country/Region System Utilized Hourly Amount in local currency Hourly Amount in $ Weekly Amount in local currency Weekly Amount in $ Annual Amount in local currency Annual Amount in $ In effect as of:
 Anikatia Basic income ₳1.34 $1.07 ₳84.62 $67.57 ₳4,404.00 $3,516.79 1982
The first established a minimum wage in 1956 with the Minimum Wage Act, however after the 1980 socialist revolution the new DSRA government introduced a basic income run from at national level since 1982, while the collapse of the socialist state led to a reform of the system and reduction in the scale and payments. This system is not in operation in the special administrative territories of Stveni, New Sieuxerr, The Pearl Islands and a number of special economic zones that have been created since the collapse of the DSRA. The scheme is only eligible for those aged between 15-64 years old.
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Austrasian Empire
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Austrasia does not have minimum wage legislation. Wages have historically been set by regular negotiations between Labour and Industry Confederations, which cover the vast majority of Austrasian workers and employers.
Belfras Belfras N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
The 1975 Provincial Governance Act prohibits the Parliament from establishing a national standard of minimum wage, instead allowing Parliament a veto or right to challenge. Minimum wages are instead set by Provincial or colonial governments.
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Belhavia
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In the Belhavian Imperial Constitution, economic interventionism such as wage or price controls are prohibited. Any kind of minimum wage or guaranteed minimum income schemes are unconstitutional under the existing interpretation by the Imperial Supreme Court from its landmark case Cohen v. North Dakos (1826).
 Eagleland Minimum wage €0-€8.30 $0-$6.90 €0-€3321 $0-$2781 €0-€15,936 $0-$13,280 varies
In the Eagleland, minimum wages are set by the individual municipalities. Out of the 729 municipalities 456 have imposed a minimum wage for full-time labourers, regardless of profession or age.

1. Assuming a five day week, with eight hour days.

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Estovnia
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Several legal precedents, namely Kristianna v. Käsmøk (1887), have made government interference within the economy when dealing with the wages of workers prohibited.
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Prestonia
Minimum Wage ¥8,000 $8.00 ¥320,000 $320 ¥16,640,000 $16,640 1953
Introduced in 1953 as part of a major program of postwar price controls including a fixed-exchange for the Yen to the URD at 100:1, where free-floating prices have mostly remained. By law, minimum wages are to be indexed to inflation and revisited at five-year intervals; however, the last revision of the minimum wage was carried out in 2003.
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Rodarion
Minimum wage RL1.75 $1.30 RL125 $89 RL7,000 $4,984 1977
The Papal Republic of Rodarion has operated a national minimum wage scheme since 1977 in an effort to reduce the level of poverty within the country, the scheme is mostly aimed at industrial workers who flocked to the cities at the beginning of the country's economic boom. The scheme remains in place today as an incentive for further rural-to-urban migration, however the minimum wage is well below the cost of living within the country and is highly criticised by trade unions and leftist groups.
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Saarland
Minimum wage N/A $0.88 N/A $52.80 N/A $2,640 1964
The People's Democratic Republic of Saarland has operated a national minimum wage scheme since 1964 after the 1963 Saarlander Revolution in an effort to create a social welfare state and to reduce the level of extreme and moderate poverty within the country. The scheme was targeted towards industrial workers in the coastal regions of the country, notably excluding agricultural workers, who make a bulk of the Saarlander work force then and now, from benefiting from the scheme. After the fall of the PDRS in late 2001, the current Third Republic of Saarland has continued the minimum wage scheme as part of its poverty-reduction program. However, the minimum wage is half the cost of living within the country and has been repeatedly criticized by Saarlander agricultural trade unions and left-wing groups.
 Tarsas Minimum wage Varied Varied Varied Varied Varied Varied Varied
Minimum wage is not nationally enforced and can only be enacted by provincial and local governing bodies.
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Tippercommon
Minimum wage $11.10 $12.99 $469.08 $506.61 $24,392.33 $26,343.72 1989
Minimum wage is enforced nationally in all provinces with the exception of Ayton-Shelvay. A national minimum wage was created in 1989 when the majority in Parliament composed of a liberal Unity-National coalition. According to the Fair Wage Articles of 1989, the minimum wage must be readjusted every five years with inflation. Originally the minimum wage was set at $6.28 TIP ($6.78 URD). This amount was decided upon after consultation with economists from the University of Sussex who marked this as the "living wage" of a single adult in the Sussex Metropolitan Area. In Ayton-Shelvay, there is no minimum wage. However, provincial governments within Ayton typically provide a guaranteed minimum income via the republic's social welfare system.
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Toltecia
Minimum wage $58.20 $6.82 $2,328.00 $272.80 $121,056.00 $14,185.60 2005
Toltecia has had a national minimum wage since 2005. Some professions have varied minimum wages, and for workers below 18.