As Americans across the country camp out to protest economic inequality, Richard Troxell, a National Coalition for the Homeless board member and author of Looking Up at the Bottom Line: The Struggle for the Living Wage, offers a rallying cry for Occupy Wall Street: replace the Federal minimum wage with a universal living wage that is proportionate to the cost of living where an individual resides and works.
What does ULW stand for?
ULW stands for Universal Living Wage
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We have 6 other meanings of ULW in our Acronym Attic
- unclamping of the left ventricular cannula
- Ultra Low-Voltage Differential Signaling (High Speed Digital Interface)
- Union Loisirs Vacances Familiales (French: Union Family Leisure Holidays; travel agency)
- Universidad Laica Vicente Rocafuerte de Guayaquil (Ecuador)
- Unusually Large Von Willebrand Factor
- Unusually Large Von Willebrand Factor Multimers
- Ultra-Low Velocity Zone (geology)
- Ultra Light Weight
- Unaligned Load Word (computing)
- Universal Latent Workstation (fingerprint information system)
- Unladen Weight (vehicles)
- Ultra-Light Weight Coated (paper)
- Upper Level Writing Requirement
- Upward Long Wave Radiation Flux (meteorology)
- United Luisita Workers' Union
- Ultimate LAN (Local Area Network) Experience (gaming center)
- Ultraluminous X-Ray (astronomy)
- Utah Lindy Exchange
- Ulyanovsk, Russia - Ulyanoysk (Airport Code)
- Urban League Young Professionals
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Victorian judiciary through a legally formalistic interpretation of the Factories and Shops Act 1896 rejected a universal living wage and any significant role in setting economic policy.
They also provide impetus for action at the federal level in the early days of the 110th Congress and, in the long term, for a universal living wage.