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  • Kansas teens stunned by national attention to being fired over equal pay complaints

    Jensen Walcott and Jake Reed were both fired from their brand new jobs at Pizza Studio in Kansas City for asking a question about why Jake was hired for the same job at .25 more an hour. Social media, including an assist from Hillary Clinton, spread the story around the world and the two Basehor High (Kansas) students spoke about the experience.

Jensen Walcott and Jake Reed were both fired from their brand new jobs at Pizza Studio in Kansas City for asking a question about why Jake was hired for the same job at .25 more an hour. Social media, including an assist from Hillary Clinton, spread the story around the world and the two Basehor High (Kansas) students spoke about the experience. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com
Jensen Walcott and Jake Reed were both fired from their brand new jobs at Pizza Studio in Kansas City for asking a question about why Jake was hired for the same job at .25 more an hour. Social media, including an assist from Hillary Clinton, spread the story around the world and the two Basehor High (Kansas) students spoke about the experience. David Eulitt deulitt@kcstar.com

Teen’s wage disparity at KCK pizza shop fires up equal-pay debate — and Hillary Clinton

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