on April 28 Those employees at the happiest place on earth? Some of them are homeless parents, according to the Associated Press. Many Walt Disney World employees cannot afford the average $800 per month rent while being paid a starting minimum pay of $8.03 per hour working at the park. Meanwhile, any one person pays about $100 just for admission to Orlandos theme parks. 1,216 families in Floridas Osceola County are living out of hotels because they cannot afford to live anywhere else and because the county does not have any shelters. Many small hotel ownersrunning mom-and-pop businesseshave complained to the county sheriff that families are overcrowding rooms and unable to pay long-term. Some have even filed lawsuits.
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