Anyone who starts at a minimum wage does so because they're either unskilled or there's no other work options in the area. If you're unskilled, you start on the bottom rung and work to gain experience, training, ('skills'), etc. Then your boss would be wise to raise your pay -- if the market permits it! If you're not getting a raise, you look across the street, across town, or in the next town for some job that will pay you more -- because most companies value SKILLED workers. And you climb the ladder of pay!
Now if your boss can't pay you more, and you've looked across town or in the next town and still can't find more money, it comes down to one of the following: You don't have enough skills, You're not a good employee, or the entire economy is hurting so that there's no money for you. If it's the first two, you need to work harder, study, take a class, whatever. If the last one - you may have to move to another city or state.
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