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Fast food workers demand $15 per hour wages to serve you GMOs and other disease-promoting garbage

by Ethan A. Huff, Natural News:

Thousands of service sector employees in at least seven major U.S. cities walked off the job recently in protest of wages they say are far too low to make an honest living. Workers at McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, and KFC locations across America skipped work in solidarity on July 29 to call for a near-doubling of the current average hourly rate for fast food workers, which hovers around $8 per hour.

This latest walk-off piggybacks earlier ones that took place in both New York City and Detroit back in April, when protesters took to the streets to demand “living” wages, that is, wages that would allow them to live more comfortably. Some fast food employers responded to this rallying cry by slightly increasing employees’ wages and offering them more hours, but this was apparently not enough to meet their demands.

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3 comments to Fast food workers demand $15 per hour wages to serve you GMOs and other disease-promoting garbage

  • Eric

    McDonalds misses earnings expectations and these idiots expect a 90% pay raise for serving garbage with a bad attitude to an unsuspecting public when anyone could find more nutrition dumpster diving if they wanted. Yeah good luck with that. Be happy with what you got. Develop some real skills if you want to be paid more.

    • Hannon

      Even without the striking workers I think the mega-chain fast food model is doomed in it’s current form, even if they cut their pay in half. If they made the food out of, well… food, I just might think about bringing the kids there

  • Glitter 1

    The Communist AFL-CIO at work.They know/knew in advance prior to accepting the job what the wages were going to be.It’s a shame,not all of the employees are as ignorant as those protesting.

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