Disneyland workers face homelessness due to low pay

Disneyland workers face homelessness due to low pay

One in ten Disneyland employees have found themselves homeless due to their low pay, according to a survey of the company’s staff.

The report, from Economic Roundtable, found that almost three-quarters of the staff in the Anaheim, California park do not earn enough money to cover basic expenses every month, and more than two-thirds (68%) are food insecure.

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