Yes, McDonald's Can Do Better
Tina Miller, MA,CFLE stashed this in p2
For today’s fast food work force, erratic scheduling makes holding down more than one job impossible—you can’t commit to a second employer if you’re on call for the first. At the same time, low wages barely cover basic household needs, leaving millions of workers in poverty despite being employed, and making saving for the future impossible. And the 18-year-old serving your root beer float? Today she is 29, and likely to have been to college and have a family to support.
29?! Wow. I did not realize how much fast food worker demographics had changed.