By David LeBrun, Wired October 23, 2018 The rise of Chinese food ordering services has a direct impact on the American job market.
In the past five years, American employers have been hiring more Americans than ever.
The Chinese food industry is a big part of that.
Chinese food is now the second most common type of delivery service, after domestic, and employs nearly 4 million Americans, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.
That’s about 40 percent of the U,S.
workforce, according the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
And for those that don’t want to be counted as part of the “job market,” the Chinese food-delivery services offer something much better than a job: food for your family.
The U.K. has been the fastest-growing food delivery company in the world.
Its food delivery system has a presence in every major American city, and now more than two dozen cities in the U.,S.
and Europe are using it to serve dinner.
In 2018, there were 4.4 million deliveries in the United Kingdom.
If the U S. food delivery market continues to grow at this pace, it could double in size within the next five years.
The Chinese food service industry, which employs more than 2 million people in China, employs about 300,000 in the US.
In 2021, that figure will be more than 3 million.
The United Kingdom is home to about 4.5 million Chinese food workers.
The rest of the world is home only to about 3 million, according To The Stars.
So the growth of Chinese cuisine has had a direct and negative impact on America’s job market, even if the Chinese are only the largest employer of the labor force in the country.
To get a handle on the impact, we tracked the number of jobs and salaries for each of the top 10 countries by the number and pay for food service workers.
First, let’s take a look at China.
The number of food service jobs in the top 20 countries, according as the UAPF.
China has an estimated 2.3 million food service providers.
That means that more than half of the Chinese population work in the food service sector.
The United Kingdom has about 1.8 million food delivery workers.
But the number also shows that many of the jobs are seasonal, and some are seasonal jobs.
The U.N. Population Fund estimates that the food delivery industry employs nearly 1.3 billion people globally, and more than 4 million of those are in China.
So what does this mean for American workers?
It means the jobs that American workers traditionally have were replaced by the Chinese.
The food delivery jobs are often seasonal, temporary and temporary positions.
They are often the first job available in the new economy, and they can be quite expensive.
As the U APF notes, a seasonal job with little flexibility can be difficult for workers, and as a result, the pay is not as good as it could be.
So for example, a restaurant worker could earn a salary of $30,000 a year, while a food service worker could make $60,000, which is much less.
And if a restaurant or a delivery service job requires specialized skills, then the salary is often not as high as the typical seasonal pay.
This is the reason that Chinese food deliveries are often so much cheaper than domestic food delivery, or that the Chinese eat more of our meals.
The jobs lost because of the shift to the Chinese economy are also going to affect the U U. S. job market in the long run.
For example, as more Americans work in food delivery companies, it will likely be easier for American employers to find people who have the skills to fill those jobs.
In other words, if the U-S.
food-service workforce continues to shrink, more people will be forced to leave the U for better opportunities elsewhere.
And as the American food-industry continues to expand, this is going to cause many of those jobs to be replaced by other types of jobs, like those that are seasonal.
For more information on how to start a career in the Chinese Food Delivery industry, check out these jobs for Chinese workers.