Biden: Restaurant Workers Are Deciding They Don’t Want to Do it Anymore Because There Are More Opportunities

‘People are beginning to move’

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BIDEN: “Well, two things. One, if you noticed, we kept you open. We spent billions of dollars to make sure restaurants could stay open. And a lot of people who now — who worked as waiters and waitresses, decided that they don't want to do that anymore because there was other opportunities at higher wages, because there's a lot of openings now in jobs and people are beginning to move, beginning to move. There's some evidence that maintaining the ability to continue to not — to not have your — have to pay your rent so you don't get thrown out and being able to provide for unemployment insurance has kept people from going back to work. There's no — not much distinction between not going back to work in a restaurant and not going back to work at a factory. So people are looking to change opportunities, change what they're doing.“

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