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In a recent New Yorker magazine article, they cited a recent study that over 50% of the fast-food workers require some form of public assistance (www.newyorker.com/magazine/20…). This chart was originally prepared by the National Employment Law Project (NELP).
Two interesting observations worth pointing out:
1) McDonald's employees receive the most with $1.2B -- I guess their slogan of "Over Billions Served" conversely translates into "Over Billions Received by Its Employees"?
2) Secondly, it will be ironic to see Burger King employees receiving public assistance, despite its post-Tim Horton merger status as a "Canadian" company.