Obviously those articles themselves aren't scientific research articles, but they're reporting on what economists have found in their research (which constitutes the scientific evidence). Here you go, you complete fucking moron:
"In recent years there have been important developments in the academic literature on the effect of increases in the minimum wage on employment, with the weight of evidence now showing that increases in the minimum wage have had little or no negative effect on the employment of minimum-wage workers, even during times of weakness in the labor market. Research suggests that a minimum-wage increase could have a small stimulative effect on the economy as low-wage workers spend their additional earnings, raising demand and job growth, and providing some help on the jobs front."
"There is a huge literature on the impact of minimum wages on employment. Many studies show very little effect, but there is a substantial minority of studies that show the opposite. Though the general weight of evidence is on the side of minimum wage increases not being so bad, it isn't an overwhelming consensus. "
" Several meta-analyses have found that most of these studies find that minimum wages don’t have much of an effect on employment. "
Yamon The Inbred knows better though.