Quickservice workers walk out to protest wages in New York

04/5/2013 | National Public Radio

Hundreds of quickservice workers in New York City walked off their jobs Thursday to protest the current $7.25 minimum wage. It's the second time workers demonstrated in the last six months. Supporters say a $15 an hour wage is needed, but the National Restaurant Association says jobs could be in jeopardy if wages are raised.

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