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Avi Benus, President of IMPAQ International LLC., stands in the company's office in Columbia June 25.  (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)
Avi Benus, President of IMPAQ International LLC., stands in the company's office in Columbia June 25. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Columbia research firm adopts living wage

A public-policy research firm has adopted a "living wage" for employees at its Howard County headquarters that exceeds that state minimum wage by more than $5 per hour. IMPAQ International is now paying employees at its survey center in Columbia at least $13.39 per hour, a wage the company says allows a person working 40 hours ...

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