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Talk of the County: If you want to get paid, get educated
Reader submission: “I’m a highly educated sous chef that works at the Port O’ Call on the military base. I have cooked and catered to hundreds of admirals and have prepared Thanksgiving dinners for 1,500 sailors for the past five years. These fast-food jobs are a stepping stone to help you find a real job with a fair wage. You don’t deserve $15 an hour because I know how to cook and I only make $12.41 an hour.”
Sept. 18 12:32 p.m. |

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