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    NOW HIRING: The Cost Of Convenience

    The Cost Of Convenience

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    NOW HIRING: The Cost Of Convenience

    Directed by Chai Forest 2017 60 min
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    Convenience store clerk Mitch Austin is shot 7 times at close range during a brutal robbery. Director Chai Forest goes to the front lines of American consumer culture, revealing the gripping untold stories of an invisible workforce ranked as one of the most dangerous jobs in America. Convenience store clerks continue to be terrorized by gun violence, poverty crime, and low wages.

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    NOW HIRING: The Cost Of Convenience

    Convenience store clerk Mitch Austin is shot 7 times at close range during a brutal robbery. Director Chai Forest goes to the front lines of American consumer culture, revealing the gripping untold stories of an invisible workforce ranked as one of the most dangerous jobs in America. Convenience store clerks continue to be terrorized by gun violence, poverty crime, and low wages.

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