When you pay your kids to do something...do you pay minimum wage rates or just a random amount? Like...do you say, "If you do X, I'll pay you $20." No matter how long it takes? Even if it only takes them like thirty minutes? Or...do you tell them it should only take them an hour to do X and then they will have earned the minimum wage amount for an hour?
Wait...did I just see that Alabama doesn't have a minimum wage?????????? NOR DOES LOUISIANA! OR MISSISSIPPI??????? SOUTH CAROLINA!!!!! TENNESSEE!
Sorry...got off track. I'm wondering if giving kids the minimum wage amount for doing stuff would be more helpful so their expectations of what their money should be able to buy makes more of an impact. So if they know they only make yada for doing certain types of work...would that make them want to do more?