Habitat for Humanity of Whatcom County will pay its thrift store employees $15 an hour, what the organization considers a “living wage.” The wage requires more sales, which also results in more money to build houses like this Bellingham one that was under construction in December 2012.
Habitat for Humanity of Whatcom County will pay its thrift store employees $15 an hour, what the organization considers a “living wage.” The wage requires more sales, which also results in more money to build houses like this Bellingham one that was under construction in December 2012. Staff The Bellingham Herald
Habitat for Humanity of Whatcom County will pay its thrift store employees $15 an hour, what the organization considers a “living wage.” The wage requires more sales, which also results in more money to build houses like this Bellingham one that was under construction in December 2012. Staff The Bellingham Herald