So, now we go to the job sector. The minimum wage is $7.50, but for the ease in math calculations I’ll use a job paying $10/hr. Businesses make more profit from hiring part time labor, so, fulltime jobs are now hard to come by. But for this illustration we will use a hypothetical fulltime job paying $10/hr. This turns out to be $400/week; $1600/month – not even close to the basic monthly financial needs for an individual person. It requires a $19/hr fulltime job to reach the basic financial amount needed for a basic living. Those on welfare only receive in Utah, less than $800/month – that is 1st Degree Felony Murder, and because it is our government and businesses, who are in a position of trust, that are committing this Murder, the charge becomes Aggravated. Utah, by the way, loses upwards of at least 100 homeless persons to death every year - that's 100 Counts of Aggravated Murder/year.
So, why doesn’t our Legislatures raise the minimum wage to $19/hr and require businesses to offer fulltime employment? History has shown that once the minimum wage is raised, businesses raised the costs of their goods, which instantly negates the raise in wages. Businesses are protesting paying their employees a fair and honest wage, which is a crime, violating labor laws.
Having a monetary system brings out the human factor that corrupts the economic system by protecting the government and businesses from blame, and results in widespread criminal behavior. I never even discussed the costs of Higher Education that need to be included in this financial budgeting, nor Health Insurance. Money must be removed from the equation in order to comply with the United States Constitutional Principle of Equality.