Cheyanne's Campsite ...Where The Money Meets The Rubber of The Spirited Road in America Today !!: WE'RE WORTH MORE !!!!!------TODAY, Tuesday, November 10th — fast-food and other low-wage workers are walking off the job in 270 cities and towns across the country as part of a push for a nationwide $15 minimum wage. These strikes will take place across battleground states like Ohio, Florida and Virginia, as well as in cities like New York, where workers recently won a new $15 hourly wage but will protest in solidarity. Fast-food employees will be joined by workers from other industries that typically pay low hourly wages, including home care, child care, residential care, maintenance, and security-----. Adjunct professors — who make, on average, around $31,000 annually — will also be on hand.