Users input how much they pay or how much they think they should pay a domestic worker. In response, Living Wage shows the user how that amount affects the worker's household. Upon seeing the cost of life breakdown of the payment, users can adjust the amount they suggested and see, in real time, how that impacts the worker's ability to fulfill their basic needs.
Assumptions can be altered, including the monthly health expenses, education, transport, and the cost of getting 2000 calories per day per person
There is core data in the backend, including how the salary compares to the minimum wage as well as information on health costs per person, per child education, transportation, rent and communications.
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