I guess it depends on whether or not you are trying to support a family. That $10/hour may be great if you live with your parents or share an apartment but it's no good to someone who has a family and needs a house and car and the many other things needed to have a family. Not everyone at that stage of their life has had an opportunity to necessarily get a degree and a good job in their chosen field. Wal-Mart has busted unions, preyed on the very young, very old and most disgustingly, the disabled to staff their stores and fought to lower or eliminate minimum wage statutes. That is the criticism of this multi-billion dollar corporation. Their greed knows no bounds. This is not a business that brings prosperity and valuable employment; it is a parasite.
I feel a little light headed... maybe you should drive...