Faced with labor shortages, prices are rising in US fast food restaurants

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In light of the pandemic, workers have been falling out of love with the hospitality sector. In the United States, recent events appear to have led many of the industry’s employees to decide that they no longer want to continue in this career path. One of the more surprising consequences of the situation is that labor shortages in the sector are driving up prices in fast food restaurants. And American fast food chains have already rolled out solutions to counter this staffing crisis. From cutting boxes of chicken wings from ten to eight pieces, to making pizza promotions available online only….

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