Special Report

Big US Companies Paying Workers Less than $10 an Hour

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15. Taco Bell
> Workers earning under $10: 14.0%
> Workers earning under $15: 81.0%
> Revenue: $5.7 billion
> Employment: 162,469
> CEO pay: $8.7 million

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14. Jimmy John’s
> Workers earning under $10: 15.0%
> Workers earning under $15: 69.0%
> Revenue: N/A
> Employment: 49,382
> CEO pay: N/A

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13. GameStop
> Workers earning under $10: 15.0%
> Workers earning under $15: 61.0%
> Revenue: $5.1 billion
> Employment: 26,562
> CEO pay: $2.0 million

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12. Food Lion
> Workers earning under $10: 15.0%
> Workers earning under $15: 77.0%
> Revenue: N/A
> Employment: 64,124
> CEO pay: N/A

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11. Best Western
> Workers earning under $10: 15.0%
> Workers earning under $15: 77.0%
> Revenue: N/A
> Employment: 41,725
> CEO pay: N/A

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