Matt A. and Bill W. on Facebook have contributed and commented on this post.  Bill shared a CNBC video ‘fast food workers worth $15/hour?’

A good point:  fast food jobs can and do offer entry level experience for young people and people new to the USA.  But do they also serve as end-level jobs?  All things considered, if education and other opportunities (including where and to who you are born) do not offer a level playing field for all, can a society’s economy reflect a just sense of compensation for us when we punch in?

How much is a McDonald’s hamburger worth to you?