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Restaurant Workers Struggle to Find Childcare During the Night Shift

Dinner service is more lucrative for everyone, but it’s tough on parents It’s no secret that paying for childcare weighs heavily on millions of working Americans, but a new report reveals the extent to which it affects the tipped restaurant employees — who often make less than minimum wage and depend upon fluctuating tips to make ends meet — who serve your dinner. Mothers spend an average of 35 percent of their wages on childcare.
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