Alumnus Excited To Leave Third Part-Time Job By 2020

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Mills has yet to discover what his true passion is.

LOS ANGELES—In light of LA’s recent minimum wage reform, UCLA class of 2014 alumnus Tyler Mills stated that he was excited to finally be able to afford to quit his third part-time job by the year 2020. “Thank god…. If it wasn’t for this reform, I might be forced to leave the city,” said Mills, noting that he already spends up to three hours a day commuting between jobs. “For a while I was worried I might have to take on a fourth part-time job—there’s only so much working at two separate smoothie shops can get you through.” Mills concluded his statement by adding that with a 50 hour work week, he might finally be able to pursue one of his passions.