Do fast-food workers make the world a worse place? Nearly half of them think so, according to a new study. PayScale polled some 30,000 of its employed users, asking them whether they felt their jobs "make the world a better place."
Only 1 percent of overall participants picked the response "My job may make the world a worse place," but 42.3 percent of that pool worked in fast-food joints. (The next-highest profession to select the response was that of bartender, with 5.8 percent.)
Read the full breakdown of the study here. What do you think of its findings?
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