Opinion

Fast Food Industry BLINDSIDED By Shortage Of Workers, NOBODY Wants To Accept Minimum Wage


[youtube-feed-single]Tim, Ian, and Lydia join Bitcoin experts and podcast hosts Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert to analyze the implosion of the fast food industry as unemployment pays much better than minimum wage that these restaurants are able to offer.

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One response to “Fast Food Industry BLINDSIDED By Shortage Of Workers, NOBODY Wants To Accept Minimum Wage”

  1. JohnMantoe says:

    I just got an email from my trash company which have been missing their pickups. They blame COVID and “added unemployment benefits”:

    “Finally, the labor pool has tightened tremendously over the last months. The demand for qualified drivers coupled with the timing of stimulus checks, added unemployment benefits, and the timing of tax returns has created a true strain on the labor market. We continue to expand our avenues for recruiting and hiring, we are seeing rising wages as we work to retain our staff, and we have even implemented hiring bonuses for new employees and recruiting bonuses for our team if they bring employees on. The process is arduous but moving forward.”