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Fast Food Workers in New York Want to Unionize—Here's Why That's Difficult

Dave Burdick

“These jobs have extremely high turnover, so by the time you get around to organizing folks, they’re not on the job anymore,” [said Ruth Milkman, a sociology professor at the City University of New York]. Nonetheless, she said the new effort might gain traction because it is taking place in New York, a city with deep union roots where many workers are sympathetic to unions.

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