Earn $15 an hour wage at eHark


The fight to raise the Federal Minimum wage to $15/hour received a considerable amount of coverage.  While the bill to do so failed in the Senate, it prompted a lot of discussion and enthusiasm among low-wage workers in the food service industry where the tipped wage has stayed at $2.13 for years. 

The good news is that to earn $15/hour won't need a presidential decree - Service Providers at eHark are already earning $15 an hour - and they are paid to do so while working in a community of friendly and caring entrepreneurs who deliver non-medical services to seniors.

For those who have been laid off or have been working at the current Federal minimum wage of $7.25, the opportunity to earn more while doing meaningful work is worth considering.

Along with the resume, a background and drug test will be required for the application. Service providers need to comply with a code of conduct that is part of their contract. A summary of the conduct expected can be found at the code of conduct page on this site.



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