At This Fast-Food Drive-Through, The Person Taking Your Order Might Not Be A Person At All

The drive-through window is often considered the most harrowing assignment inside a fast-food restaurant.

A nonstop whirlwind of multitasking, the gig involves organizing multiple orders, communicating with the kitchen, counting money and negotiating with a stream of customers who range from polite and coherent to angry and inebriated –– all for a minimum-wage reward.

If that juggling act wasn’t hard enough, a giant timer hangs in many drive-through kitchens, adding urgency to each task, former workers say. READ MORE ON: WASHINGTON POST

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