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Survey: Fast Food Workers Are Pretty Sure They're Making The World A Terrible Place

Copyright: The Consumerist

February 22, 2012

If you had a sneaking suspicion while working as a burger-slinger behind the counter at McDonald's/Burger King/Wendy's etc. that you were degrading the world you live in by doing so, you aren't alone. A survey of 30,000 workers asking whether or not they make the world a better place found that fast food workers are pretty aware of the wide swath of destruction they're connected to. The New York Times goes over the result of the data collected by...

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