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Restaurants are starting to hire robots instead of people who are demanding higher pay

Automated restaurant San Francisco

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After months of waiting for workers to rejoin the labor force, some businesses have had it.

Just 10% of job seekers are urgently looking for openings, according to a recent survey conducted by hiring giant Indeed. Whether it’s because of virus fears, childcare costs, financial cushions, or enhanced unemployment benefits, the jobless aren’t clamoring for many of the jobs on offer, which are largely in the hard-hit restaurant and hospitality space.

Enter the QR-code. This technology, which allows a short-staffed restaurant to save on having a person physically bringing a menu to a diner’s table, is details ⇒

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