$3.35/hour for me as a bus boy.
The real value for me in those minimum/low wage jobs was two things:
1 - being exposed to different types of people (customers, bosses, fellow employees) at a fairly young age and learning how to communicate and negotiate with them in occasionally difficult situations.
2 - understanding what life looks like in your 40s and 50s if you don’t improve your employment prospects beyond these types of jobs. In high school and early college I worked in construction and as a small engine repair technician for Sears. By and large I worked with honorable people doing honorable work, but those experiences motivated me to finish college in a way that all of my parents’ nagging never did.