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Workers whose wages don’t exceed poverty level are like slaves

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Workers whose wages don’t exceed poverty level are like slaves Whenever you frequent a fast-food chain, restaurant, hotel, motel, retail store, grocery store, etc., you are relying on the services of low-wage workers. You can claim they are staffed by high school kids, but these places are open beyond after-school hours. You can assert they should go to college to [get] a better job, but in the end, someone has to work these jobs. So ...


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