• Restaurants are struggling to staff workers after laying off employees at the onset of the pandemic.
  • Amazon’s hiring spree and higher pay is eating into the US restaurant labor force, an expert says.
  • Fast-food chains are working to lure workers back with incentives, but it may not be enough.
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As restaurants struggle to find workers, one expert says Amazon is partly to blame.

Amazon has long been a disruptive force in the US market. In 2016, Amazon was blamed for killing off malls and retail chains like Borders and Circuit City through its

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