Fast-food workers strike for better wages

07/30/2013 | NBC News

Restaurant workers in seven U.S. cities are striking this week, seeking $15-an-hour wages and the right to unionize. An open letter signed by more than 100 economists says the average age of a fast-food worker is 32, and that the average annual wage is $15,080, which is 19% below the federal poverty line for a family of three.

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