Horribly wrong stereotypes - LOL
I have never heard of a horribly wrong stereotype - never.
There is truth in every stereotype - otherwise it would be dismissed. It may not apply to everyone - but if it wasnt true - it wouldnt stick.
The majority of fast food workers in US are non-english speaking people in a job where they need to speak/understand english -
Why do you think they all went to pictures of food on the cash registers ?
If they were worth more - they would get more - its called a promotion - sorry to burst your bubble - (no Im not)
$15 / hour to constantly screw up the simplest of tasks ??? no - their pay is adequate - tell them to stop having so many kids
The vast majority are women, the vast majority are adults, the vast majority have children. You seem to think that these are jobs teenagers want, they work here and then move on with their lives. The people who stay and try to be dedicated, are screwed over because they have no support, not from their bosses, not from their customers, and definitely not from low lives who care more about thinking they saved money when instead they are just going to pay more in taxes to support these very people they hate.
employed Percent of total employed Women Black or
American Asian Hispanic
Food preparation and serving related occupations8,209 54.7 12.2 5.7 24.4
55% are women, 42% are minorities. Which means over 58% must be white according to statistics.
You just proved my point. Either way, what happens to all these people once these labor only jobs are taken over by robots, will you enjoy knowing you are going to pay to help these people out more than if they were working trying to support themselves? By all accounts, if these people are such horrid monsters that they can barely do these jobs, imagine forcing the easy jobs out of the market.
It's not called a promotion, it's called greed, and a lack of proper legislation. I'm just going to argue one since the other can't be regulated. The minimum wage as it stands with todays money is currently worth less than half of what it was worth during most of it's run. Minimum wage, for all jobs including fast food, used to pay people what equals $15 in todays money. For the same job, you made twice the amount of money. As time went one, and the dollar lost value, it was okay, as they always raise the minimum wage somewhat in line with inflation, so the value stayed near that $15 equivalent. Sometime after the 70s, the value of the minimum wage started to drop below that of inflation, so over the last 30 years we saw a decline in wage value as the minimum wage stagnated. It has come to the point where you are now working for less than half of what you parents were for equal work. This is compounded by the fact that
Not only that, we now have less benefits, less vacation time, and we have increased productivity 400%.
So we get 4 times the work done, at half the pay, and we are constantly asked to do more for less.
America is becoming backwards, and your ideals aren't helping push us forward.