The answer is faster…so contra the arguments of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association, and Wisconsin Manufacturers Association, it seems unlikely that there are large negative employment impacts from minimum wage increases. Oh, also contra Sabia for the Employment Policies Institute (who has still not responded to my repeated requests for his data, after six months).
From the COWS-EPI study, Raise the Floor Wisconsin:
[T]he 13 states that raised the minimum wage at the beginning of 2014 experienced subsequent job growth equal to or better than states that did not.
The entire report documents what is required to “live” in Wisconsin (relevant to this issue).