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The Advice McDonald's Gives Its Underpaid Workers Is Not Super Helpful

Feeling stressed out about not being able pay your bills? Try singing a song!

Posted on November 19, 2013, at 12:00 p.m. ET

Fast-food workers across the country are kind of tired of working full time and still not being able to do things like eat and pay bills and support their families.

Fast food employees have been on strike, demanding that their minimum pay be raised to $15.00 an hour.
Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

Fast food employees have been on strike, demanding that their minimum pay be raised to $15.00 an hour.

The organization Low Pay Is Not OK released a video Tuesday detailing some of the advice McDonald's gives its workers on how to cope with low pay, rather than giving them more money.

The advice comes via an employee website called the McResource Line.
Low Pay Is Not OK McResources video / Via youtube.com

The advice comes via an employee website called the McResource Line.

Stressed out? Take a vacation!

Surely this will be easy to do while working two jobs!
Low Pay Is Not OK McResources video / Via youtube.com

Surely this will be easy to do while working two jobs!

Not an option? Sing a song!

Low Pay Is Not OK McResources Video / Via youtube.com
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Not enough food to eat? Cut it into tiny pieces! VOILA, MORE FOOD!

Low Pay Is Not OK McResources video / Via youtube.com

Pockets light after the holiday? Sell all your things!

Low Pay Is Not OK McResources video / Via youtube.com

Still stressed out? Shut up about it!

Low Pay Is Not OK McResources video / Via youtube.com

Thank goodness McDonald's cares as much as it does.

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