Wages for Restaurant, Hotel and Hospitality Workers Cause Controversy, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

The restaurant sector has been one of the world’s largest providers of employment.  Prior to the Coronavirus, in the U.S. alone, restaurants and various other food service and drinking establishments employed about 15 million people, which was roughly 10% of the entire private sector workforce, according to the National Restaurant Association.  Likewise, hotels and similar businesses were also very large employers, at about 1.9 million workers in the U.S. alone as 2020 began.  (Many hotels employed large numbers of food workers.)  The long-term effect on employment levels after business resumes post-Coronavirus pandemic remains to be seen.  Initially, vast numbers of…

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