Because people choose junk food restaurant to save time instead of cooking at home. According to an American study, they spend more than ($1,200) on junk food each year, research has shown. Some people did not look at what they spend their money on, they spend it all on unhealthy junk food. Also, they order a lot more than they need and it becomes extra for them, so they just waste money on food. From this it becomes quite evident that many people spend their money on food that can caused by loss of healthy
Minimum wage and poverty With everything going on with the Walmart workers picketing for fifteen dollars an hour wages, the topic is widely discussed with many people taking many different sides. The essay “Raising the Minimum wage will reduce poverty” By Sharon Parrott and Jason Furman, They go into how they think the minimum wage should be raised in order to decrease poverty in america, Of course there are reasons to raise it and reasons to not raise it. Yet with the multitude of reasons for and against it, it’s hard to make a decision that makes everybody content, Some of the reasons not to raise it include, Raising it can make prices for everyday items go up, Why go and spend thousands of dollars on college when you could get a decent job right out of high school, and Why let workers who work at unskilled jobs make as much if not more than the military. Some reasons for minimum wage raising is, The fact that the cost of living is higher means people can’t survive with minimum wage without federal care, And just helping people get back on their feet when they couldn’t find a job. The reasons Minimum wage shouldn’t be raised outweigh the reasons it should.
The talk of the town has been the fast food strike for minimum wage to raise to $15 dollars an hour. Many are against this because they do not feel like fast food restaurants deserve to be paid $15 dollars an hour to flip a burger and deep fry French fries. Others, believe that they do deserve that much because they cannot live a comfortable life on the minimum wage now. The controversy is whether a fast food job is suppose to be a short term job or a long term career? There are many other professions that went through years of schooling and testing and only make a little over $15 an hour.
Summary: In essay ‘Working at McDonalds” Etizioni has expressed his concerns about a great number of teenagers who are working at fast food restaurants like McDonalds. He has tried to emphasize that this job is supposed to be a part time job for the teenagers but ever since they have started believing that working at this place is satisfactory it has made them lose interest in their education. Fast food industries are training employees who work like robots who by the way only take orders. The learning experience is equal to zero when you work at McDonalds. Working here is not only about serving food.
Some people blame fast food for America´s overweight and laziness problems while others could not live a day without a double el maco or subway. Fast food was originally intended so serve working class citizens at a fair price for food when they were hungry. Today even the richest man in the world eats
She works as janitor in a local burger shop. Her job helps her pay the bills. Moreover, Tammy’s son Matt , who is sixteen years old, dreams to improve his social economic status, therefore, he dress like high social class. Matt also made the comment in the movie that he is embarrassed by her mother because she always wears the same burger king uniform everyday and she never like to dress-up. I really did not like Matt approach towards his mom.
If we didn’t have fast food in the present days, we would be vegetarians or we would all have extreme thin bodies because we didn’t eat food that contains a big amount of carbohydrates. Fast food was made for a purpose and it’s for people who work in offices and are in a hurry to their job during their break. So they grab a meal and make their way quick back to their seats. There have been debates and scientific researches over whether fast food is the main cause of obesity and that it should be blamed for its cause. Mostly people agree with the part of it being the biggest problem for our health and some disagree.
Having children who are more successful than them is a critical goal for many a mother and father, if not to have someone who will support them in their older days. Being stuck in a stagnant economic situation could also hardly be considered achieving a dream that espouses growth and mobility. One of the most common ways parents pursue this is sending their children to college or any other type of postsecondary education, sometimes against their will. Recent generations have grown up bombarded with the message that if they don’t go to college, they’ll be flipping burgers for the rest of their lives. While the benefit a college education confers on its recipient in finding employment and higher wages is well documented by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (and this varies greatly among majors), the push towards more education has not yielded an equivalent increase in mobility compared to older generations as might be expected.
Not only did Ford affect the production aspect of his business but he was also the first person to raise the minimum wage of his workers. “One of Ford’s most astonishing moves, to combat high turnover and absenteeism caused by assembly line monotony, was to double the minimum daily wage to $5 and cut daily working hours from nine to eight” (Davis). He valued his workers since they were the ones who made his business possible in the first place. Other companies were not very keen on the idea of paying their workers more money for less hours, but eventually many other companies caught on and they started paying their workers more many for their services. Even companies outside of automotive industry were intrigued by Ford’s
Examples of business strategies that were used: Reduced overhead: In the beginning of the movie the McDonald brothers explained how they started their business to Ray Kroc. They thought of a unique way to reduce their expenses. Most restaurants were diners that had a theme to entertain their customers such as: roller skates and uniforms but those costs were expensive so the brothers decided to make their restaurant a "walk up" service so they would not have to spend money on waiters/waitresses and their employees ' uniforms don 't need to have a complicated design because their consumers barely see the employees. Speedy system: Because customers would have to wait in a line to order food the McDonald brothers had to create a unique way to reduce the waiting time so they created a well organised system that can allow their employees to work efficiently and