'At That Wage, We Cannot Provide for Our Children'

November 15, 2013

The latest video from the Restaurant Opportunities Centers  (ROC) United tells the stories of workers who are "Living Off Tips." In an industry that is dominated by women workers who get paid a minimum wage of $2.13 plus tips, many workers can't afford to pay their basic necessities or the needs of their families.  ROC United is calling on tipped workers to tell their stories so that more and more people can learn the difficulties of the hardworking women and men who rely on a tipped wage that hasn't been increased since 1991.

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