• PUAN TLE Burger King Worker
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1) luchagcalleag
This isn't because Burger King is nicer in Denmark. It's the law, and the US
is actually the only so-called "developed" country that doesn't mandate
jobs provide a minimum amount of paid vacation, sick leave, or both.
kinda debunks that claim that they can't afford to pay their workers those
sort of wages and still make a profit
Its corporate greed, plain and simple.
Itis the same in Sweden. Itis so funny every time an american company
opens up offices here and then tries to do it the american way and all the
unions go "I don't think so".
Like when Toys 'r Us opened in sweden 1995
They refused to sign on to the union deals that govern such things as
pay/pension and vacation in Sweden, Most of our rights are not mandated
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    • What’s the tax rate in Denmark?
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    • The evil republicans hate workers. You can tell because all the rich companies are very conservative. None of them are run by preachy leftists or anything. Nope. None.
      AuntyNym 1 jul
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    • The average income tax rate for the dane is about 45% or roughly 39000 euros per year.
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    • Show me their taxes
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    • In Denmark you pay no more than 51.95% of your income to taxes. That's over half your income putting you just about down to the same level income wise as it is here. Don't forget about the crazy sales taxes either...
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    • Add to the tax rate how much the workers pay in union dues . Then ask the workers what happens if they want to go work for a different company
      grafeeky 1 jul
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    • We had an exchange student from Denmark and one from Sweden and they told us it was cheaper to order a car from the US and have it shipped over than buy one in their own country due to taxes and cost
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    • Oh good, more socialist propaganda. If you think the hourly pay rate for a Burger King worker is a good example of how a country should be ran, then I encourage you to move to Denmark, become a burger chef, and enjoy your life of taxation.
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    • Tax rate in Denmark has been updated to just 12.14%... we pay over 20% in the UK. I know where I'm moving!
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    • Dude if you work McDonalds then fuck you. You are literally the definition of a drop out student. You don’t deserve $20/hr for working a fucking burger stand. WE NEED BLUE COLLAR LABOR SO BAD! Welders, mechanics, electricians, production workers. You want better wage? Fucking earn it you dead beats
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    • I’m sure negotiating with a country half the size of New York and a population the size of Tennessee is much easier than 300+ million people, Danes, take offense or not, but Texas’s flaccid dick could bury you
      Nfruits 3 jul
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    • Meanwhile the republicans are also the ones making jobs for people... and the Democrats are the ones trying to put everyone on government programs.
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    • Is no one going to talk about the fact that their population is 1/15th of the U.S. and they don't have millions living off of welfare because they do drugs. Just because another country has a system that works doesn't mean it will magically work for the U.S.
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    • Wrong, unemployment in Denmark is 4.9%, average wage of 36k and a 55% tax rate. America has a 4% unemployment, 56k average wage and a graded tax system from 10-37% from poorest to richest. Making a Big Mac is a teenagers job not an adults, get a real job hippy.
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    • There is another side to every cause or movement. The other extreme is how unions can potentially harm communities by shutting down struggling business. We love about working sticking it to large corporations. But often you learn about how unions workers will bankrupt private and small businesses-
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    • Well anyone should just take a look at Honduras The United States give a lot of money to them because it covid-19 and the doctors can't even get paid because, the government stole the money or the president
      MrBenz 1 jul
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    • Unions in the U.S are corrupt as shit. Thats why a good bit of them need to be broken up. Youve gone too far when youre paying people well to do nothing
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    • If you're judging how good your country is by how a Burger King is run then you really need to reevaluate your life
      Xindao 3 jul
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    • $20 per hour in Denmark is basically minimum wage here, and goods are FAR more expensive in Denmark on top of that, because of how insane their taxes are. Denmark has one of the highest tax rates IN THE WORLD at 45%, thats not including union dues or sales tax.
      Kraer 3 jul
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    • Okay time to burst the commie bubble. Denmark doesn't have a federally regulated minimum wage that's debated between each company and unions. Second. Burger King's as well as it other chain restaurants are independently owned by the franchise holder not the company itself.
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    • The sad part is: most people believe Republicans are the bad guys while the greediest CEOs are in fact Democrats
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    • Do people not realize that giving a livable minimum wage will do nothing but cause inflation?
      ndrobb02 3 jul
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    • Isnt America bigger in both population and land mass? So how can you compare the two?
      The_UN 3 jul
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    • Yeah because you dont deserve 20/hr for working fast food.
      Skyeeter 3 jul
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    • You. Dont. Deserve. 20. A. Hour. To. Flip. Burgers.
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    • Bitch republicans have made more jobs than democrats by a long shot. Especially for minorities now, with the black unemployment rate being the lowest it’s ever been in US history. Under Obama it doubled from 8 to 16%.
      AjaxSoap 3 jul
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    • Minimum wage isn’t a living wage
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    • Comparing the U.S to a glorified city state lmao. Like if the U.S is able to freely rely on other countries for economic, military, and inventive support lmao. What do you think would happen to those city states if the u.s decided to say fuck it, we want more land
      Jutus 3 jul
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    • How many people's live in Denmark? Like 50??? US has 300+ million? Big difference
      Nowg0015 3 jul
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    • That's fucking dumb you shouldn't be able to live comfortably off a fast food job that's supposed to be for fuckin teenagers
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    • Oh no the evil republicans are gonna sneak into your neighborhoods and give you freedom of speech and a job!!! 😱😱😱
      HongDong 3 jul
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    • Lel leave it to soy drinkers to turn a argument of how corporations are bad into, "Republicans bad" as if their own braindead Democrats dont do the same thing
      Trapstu 3 jul
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    • Isn't it crazy how at the end of the story about unionizing Toys R Us they go out of business so nobody there has a job? Wild stuff, almost as if unions do tons of harm to the workers they're supposed to protect.
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    • I’ll ignore the tax stuff that everyone else is touching on and point out that those countries has historically had extremely homogeneous populations. Let’s see how those laws function with a massive influx of poorly educated migrants who barely speak the language
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    • No. Republicans hate unions because working with them when your a small business and not a cooperate giant is a fucking nightmare and I can’t get out of this fucing contract i signed like an idiot when I was 16
      Beta117 3 jul
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    • America has a lot of problems with pay, but don't try to act like it's all a certain group or ideals fault. The government taxes us to hell, large companies are often greedy and unions refuse to do anything about it. If we want a change, it needs to be organized, large, and public, not just 1/2
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    • You mean to tell me REPUBLICANS are the ones who don't want power in the people? The ones notorious for wanting less government control want... More government control???
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    • I agreed with the assessment until they brought politics into it. Fuck tumblr
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    • It isn’t supposed to be a career to work at Burger King, and show me where it’s $9 an hour, ones around me start at like $13 an hour which is better than the $7 I made growing up. Don’t expect a pension plan from fast food
      AjaxSoap 3 jul
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    • There’s very strong evidence that the two teachers unions in the US is a major part as too why education is so fucked. There’s also the thing about police unions/
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    • 55 percent tax rate by 2021
      wlab2684 3 jul
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    • Go to Denmark and buy a pair of Levi jeans for $175
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    • To play Devil’s advocate, and not to make any astounding claims because I’m certainly no economist, how would many small businesses in Denmark faire paying that much? Because it’s all fine and dandy to talk wages about a megacorp worth billions, but a mom and pop shop opened on a loan? How bout them
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    • If you're flipping burgers you don't deserve 20 an hour. You barely deserve 10. Get over it
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    • Ah yes Republicans who famously run all the large companies like Microsoft, amazon, Facebook, Twitter... yes sir no Democrats to see here
      TKEWEEK 3 jul
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    • Imagine comparing the American economy to a country with less surface area than michigan
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    • Hur dur all republican bad all democrat good shut the fuck up
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    • I’d be curious to know how this is even possible. 1400 pizza huts and 500 Wendy’s just declared bankruptcy. Restaurants have razor thin profit margins. Your local McDonald’s would not be able to pay employees 20 an hour. That’s a fact
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    • I just want to know where people get the "I deserve" or "I'm owed" something mentality
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    • Or you could just get a real job somewhere else lol
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    • Let’s also not forget that unions can make you not go to work if they’re on strike, causing you to loose your job. They also pay Everyone equally, so someone who works harder gets as much as the person who slacks off all the time. Plus, they take some of your pay that goes straight to the union
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    • Funny how they don’t mention taxes or cost of living. Because that wouldn’t fit the narrative right? Unions can be good, but mostly they’re just pay us for protection scams.
      PaiMei 3 jul
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    • Burger King jobs aren’t meant to pay a living wage. If they were, the prices of everything would be jacked up, and that’s what some people don’t understand. A person who went to college for a job will want to make more than a person working at BK.The cost of things will just keep increasing to match
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    • Not only does Sweden and Denmark have insane high taxes but have u ever tried moving there? Let me tell u how that would go.. it wouldn't
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    • Fast food is not a career it’s for greasy teens to get thought high school
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    • Leftists have no idea how economics work
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    • Much like one of the top comments said, that works in small countries with small populations. But here in the US, there are just so many people that are flat out and will take any job offered, that just wouldn’t work. The companies simply say “oh yeah? You don’t wanna work under these conditions?
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    • Then you have Unions in California and what not that want to make independent trucker unable to work, small business die out, etc
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    • You know why bad teachers and cops can't be fired? Unions. Those countries sound so great? Go to them. I'm not saying move there, but live there a while. Learn the economics and taxes involved. The US government was designed to leave you alone. Every time it gets involved it fucks stuff up.
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    • Yea but what are the cost of groceries in Denmark? Property and wage taxes? Just cause I’m they’re getting paid more doesn’t mean they are making more
      jbirdfly 3 jul
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    • People on all sides are greedy dont say it's all the Republicans or all the Democrats. Its everybody's fault.
      Zachgo 3 jul
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    • Meanwhile teacher unions have robbed our schools, education, and future.... don’t sit there and act like worker unions are always such a wonderful thing. I’d argue teacher unions are among the most dire and damaging aspects of America
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    • Income tax is 45% in Denmark so thanks that 20$ and make it 11$ and ftr if your only being paid 9$ for working at bk your being scammed. there we so many low level no education required jobs you can get that’ll pay more Sheetz pats 10.50 Lowe’s pays 11 Walmart pays 11 I think ups starts at 11
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    • Fucking dumb asses. Denmark takes 75% of your check in taxes. Oh good thing you get 5 weeks paid vacation to make up for the loss of 9 months of income (6 versus US taxes). Go move to Denmark if you think it's so great. But remember, you gotta be white there for anyone to like you.
      Kalikus 3 jul
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    • As a libertarian, I'm fine with unions, but governments have no place telling companies what to pay their employees, how much vacation to give them, or what benefits they should have.
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    • Yes, toys r us was making so much in the us that they had to close all the stores.
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    • God, jesus fuck if your working McDonald's you dont deserve 20 and hour plus paid vacations. Thats retarded, none of them realize any of the effects this has on the hard working. Its puts the hard working at a disadvantage because they spent time and effort into getting jobs with those kind of wages
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    • Why tf are we talking about politics and minimum wage on a porn app
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    • Ok 1. I want to know the tax rate in Denmark. 2. I want to know how much you have to pay to be in the union. 3. I want to know how much a whopper there would cost
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    • And, the whopper costs $21
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    • They left out the tax rate in Denmark. Hhhmmm wonder why they did that?
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    • I’m so glad people here can clearly see this is bullshit
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    • Stfu and go pay your 70% tax rate bitch
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    • And we were so close to not making it political but last comment had to
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    • The concept of an uncorrupted union is foreign to me, literally.
      Dabbler 3 jul
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    • Unions are the reason all manufacturing moved to China and Mexico. This works only in small countries but is not sustainable in large countries.
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    • This to me proves this app is fucking disgusting. You could read all this. Look at all this data. Look at everything to prove that there is something wrong with this country, but you don’t care. You look for anything to support your belief. Anything to reject the idea that maybe you’re wrong.
      jk10296 3 jul
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    • Everyone talking about tax, I don’t care. 5 weeks paid sick leave is 5 weeks paid sick leave
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    • Republicans fight to bust gov unions... but higher wages don’t mean better quality of life. The products in all the stores simply go up. And perceived advantage from higher wages is offset by higher product costs. This is shown by the US having higher average income than Swedes and a better quality
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    • No one gonna mention that the most preachy left wing media group Tyt refused to let their workers unionize?
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    • Cause yeah, “Fuck Capitalism”. No, I support putting money into the economy to support the economy. I would rather live in a country with privately owned business than the government controlling everything.
      Arcclone 3 jul
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    • The worst workers that you will ever find come from unions. Unions are good for nothing. Right to work all day long.
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    • Not terrified of anyone having power, terrified of a union absorbing 25 a week for something that's never gonna benefit me because I'm still getting minimum wage and no benefits.
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    • Liberalism is a mental disorder
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    • Unions in the US are a joke. They are just another form of corporation using the workforce to push their agenda and maximize the money in their own wallet not the wallet of the worker.
      Tyman91 4 jul
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    • With the tax rate being what it is in Denmark, $20 an hour isn’t that great. I swear commies just spout surface level knowledge without having any grasp on important concepts like economics.
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    • I was on board until the dumbfuck at the end generalized all US Republicans
      Jungler 3 jul
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    • Dude Denmark is the size of New York state with 1/9th the population. And all that money is taxed away. People take a small european nation with insanely high taxes and say "man why dont we make as much as them, live like them." Fucking idiots
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    • Ahh but they don’t have a minimum wage law in Sweden. See that’s what hurts small businesses. I’m 18 and I worked a minimum wage job for 2 years (7.15 an hour) and I know for a fact that if the minimum wage was increased to say 15 an hour like Bernie wanted I would have been fired. I worked at-
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    • The easiest way to call any of this European leftist bullshits is to just simply ask "how high are their taxes again?"
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    • I know it's not BK, but McDonald's starts at $13.50 an hour where I live, you get paid vacation if you work enough, and you get help with college if you work enough. The Tumblrtards are too busy wallowing in their purple hair studies degree to get actual marketable skiIIs,
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    • I’d rather minimum wage be decided by this than by government law. Free market
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    • Has to choose between buying food or clothes, but has a smart phone.
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    • Doesn’t say what rent is, what a whopper costs. Always need to know the relative and the absolute. The lie is in always in telling only one. Like increase in covid cases (due to more testing) without the rate of deaths. Lies 😎
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    • Personally I believe a Burger King job is for a teen who wants to earn some cash during the summer not for a man trying to make a living. So they’ll pay less to encourage you to get a career job and not a part time summer one. So it’s all right.
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    • The old tax argument is being made without regards to purchasing power. Denmark is 9th when it comes to world purchasing power, and Sweden is 18th. U.S. is 21st. They all have different cost indexes and monthly incomes, but I guess everyone here is going to ignore that..?
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