In a lot of small towns fast food restaurants are the most likeliest place to find a job. People get by by working two or three jobs at those places. Not hard to do as many fast food joints are open most of the day if not 24/7. When you work in a sizeable metro area you think there's plentiful jobs to be had but not the case in many smaller towns.But many entry level jobs are disappearing due to the min wage increases. Some fast food joints have almost eliminated their entire shifts of humans. With all robots and one human overseeing it all . Entry level jobs are just what the tittle means. You get a poor paying job to learn how things work and you use those experiences to move on to better paying jobs. The entire concept of paying a living wage is unworkable. Who, except for a small part of the population, can build their entire career around flipping burgers ?