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This Thursday, fast-food workers across the country plan on going on strike to increase hourly wages. Workers are demanding $15 an hour to better afford clothing, food and rent. As of now workers are being paid $7.25 hourly, which is the federal minimum wage. (Commack Patch)
The strike will be organized by the organizations, Fast Food Forward and Fight for 15. They are fighting against the National Restaurant Association who says if wages are increased they will be forced to hire less workers in order to save money. (Commack Patch)
Walmart workers are among those demanding a higher salary. Despite the recovering economy fast-food workers and Walmart workers see no sign of salary increase and are putting action to it. Wendy’s and McDonald’s employees are among the workers planning on going on strike. (Commack Patch)
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