1K Protesters Demand Higher Wages at McDonald’s Corporate Campus
More than 1,000 protesters are not "lovin’ it."
The union-backed protesters were at McDonald’s corporate campus near Chicago to demand higher wages ahead of a shareholders meeting tomorrow.
Charles Payne was on “Your World” to discuss boosting wages. He said that 6,000 manufacturing jobs are vacant because of a skills gap, and another 2 million STEM jobs need to be filled.
Payne said the idea of rewarding a form of mediocrity is not just hurtful to corporate America but also to the individual.
Hear more of what Payne had to say above, and tune in to Payne’s new Fox Business Network show “Making Money” on June 2 at 6p ET.