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Do u want to work at a fast food restaurant after hearing about this:?

Every year 200,000 are injured at fast food restaurants. In May 2000 five Wendy’s employees were murdered during a robbery in Queens, New York. In 1998 more restaurant workers were murdered on the job then police officers.

Asked By: anna - 4/23/2009
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I've found a local directory of restaurants that might help. You can narrow down the New York results by cities nearby to you. If you phone several of the restaurants you can narrow down wich one would work best for you. http://www.restaurantreviewsratings.com/New-York-Restaurants.html
Answered By: Alize K - 4/26/2009
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i never did nor will i ever work in the food industry...and this is just one more reason not to!
Answered By: ♥julsie♥ - 4/23/2009
 
someone people have no choice and need to work to support their families, but no it's pretty upsetting hearing this news.
Answered By: Rr - 4/23/2009
 
Yea, but look at other job fields! There are a lot of fast food restaurants, to actually take the percentage of their workers compared to other industries, the numbers are about the same. But, I guess people have to come up with wild excuses not to work there. LOL (you) but whatever. Every job has to be filled, and... More
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Answered By: Super Mom! - 4/23/2009
 
i've heard stuff like this. new york isn't a safe place to be anyway. well, no place is safe but new york is a little more on the bad side
Answered By: Brittany - 4/23/2009
 
Sure. Crime is everywhere. And I believe that if "your time is up", then it will happen irregardless of where you might be working.
Answered By: Susan Angelina - 4/23/2009
 
I've worked in Fast Food for over 3 years. It's no more dangerous than any other job. If you live your entire life afraid of what might happen you'll miss out on many wonderful things!
Answered By: miltonchick - 4/26/2009
 
Once this fat shift manager slipped on some water and fell flat on his big fat rear end. We all started laughing our heads off. It was hysterical. Then we noticed he wasn't moving. Turns out he had hit his head and was knocked out. He had a fractured skull and permanent brain damage. A week later they promoted... More
Answered By: Fat Tay - 4/26/2009
 
I would be very careful which restaurant I choose to work at. I would not choose a high crime area.
Answered By: Entertainment - 4/27/2009
 
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