In an article from the Washington Posted and titled Five Myths about Fast Food it states,Some people chafe at the idea of “unskilled” fast-food workers meriting a wage more suited to a “high-skilled” job. The work for fast food employees is not unskilled it is very hard you need to know how to deal with everyday sato situation. On a site called ST.Louis Post-Dispatch it said.‘’The myth of healthy fast food: One chain's salad has more fat than a Big Mac’’. Can you see the workers being asked this? These because I can. In a report from fitday it mentioned.‘’Fast food has a terrible reputation. Usually even when you do find yourself getting food from such a restaurant, you may eat while battling feelings of guilt--like you "failed" somehow by indulging in this food instead of taking the time to make a home-cooked meal out of organic ingredients. However, the myth that all food of this type is always a horrible choice is just that...a myth.’’
In a story by The Atlantic it said“the point remains that a sizable number of these workers are relying on their McWages to support a family. And those wages are, by and large, quite paltry. Even among workers over the age of 20, about 79 percent earn less than $10.10 an hour.’’If you are supporting a family and you work 5 hours and you're getting a hour 10.10 you have 50.05 dollars to get all of you payments done. Alos in an article from Washington Post it said. ‘’Burger King’s career Web site proclaims: “You’ll never be short of opportunities to show what you’ve got. And if we like what we see, there’s no limit to how far you could go here.” The New York Restaurant Association boasts that restaurant work “creates an opportunity for people to live the American dream.’’What this is saying that you can move up in the chain to the top compte.Some Big companies are try to do something about it but they do real don’t cary.
On syracuse.com there is a article called A $15 wage for fast food workers is good economics (Commentary)and it said. ‘’The Fast Food Wage Board, appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo, made the right recommendation last month to boost wages to $15 over the next few years for 136,000 New York workers in large fast-food.’’I believe If this is going to work how come we don't do it for all of the fast food workers and chan In an article called New York Plans $15-an-Hour Minimum Wage for Fast Food Workers
from The New York Times. It said ‘’A proposed increase in the minimum wage in New York State will be substantial, but that’s really not what bothers some economists.’’If you're older workers that are more experts how are you going to hire new ones and train them.
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