Unformatted text preview: restaurant”. She soon comes to an analysis of the workers working at Hearthside, and her experience portrays many struggles with a low-wage salary. A struggle that the workers of Hearthside have to deal with is shelter; most of her co-workers have roommates because they cannot afford to live alone. Another struggle is the treatment in the “family restaurant”. In the employee meeting the workers voice is not heard, instead the worker’s voice is ignored. The meeting did not concern “we” but it was more of an announcement by higher authority that demonstrated the inequality in this workplace (Ehrenreich 23). Thus, Ehrenreich’s experience in Florida demonstrated that workers have many struggles in their personal life, and within in the working community. The worker’s voice is insignificant to the higher authority and nothing can be done since the people fear to lose the job they cannot afford to lose....
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