With so many industries cutting jobs and closing plants, restaurants have come to be seen as newly desirable places to work. That’s true despite what the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics turned up in its annual Occupation and Employment Wage Estimates, released last week. The report showed that the foodservice industry is dead last—still—in worker compensation. With wages so low, it’s no wonder tip-pooling lawsuits have been filed against chains like Brinker International and Dave & ...

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