Five stars are earning $10 a day to serve customers in restaurants across Los Angeles.
The city’s new five star bakeries, which opened last week, are now offering an hourly wage to all employees, even the ones who are out of work.
The restaurants also pay their full-time workers $15 per hour, and they’ve even expanded the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
The new workers also receive health insurance and paid leave, and have access to paid sick days.
The five star restaurants are called Homestyle Bakers and seven star bakes, both of which offer a variety of items including sandwiches, cakes and desserts.
The restaurants are owned by the same company, but they are competing for business in a competitive market.
Homestyle Bakeries offers bread, pastries, cakes, muffins, cookies, cookies and more.
Seven Star Bakes, located at 718 West Hollywood Boulevard, offers pies, pastas, baked goods and more, including ice cream.
The company also offers a variety with a menu that includes soups, salads, sandwiches and sandwiches, salads and more soups and sandwiches.
The five star bakery also offers baked goods, cookies or pastries.
The industry is booming.
According to the latest Census Bureau report released last week , the Los Angeles area has more than 8.3 million people, up from about 6.2 million in 2010.
About 9 million of those people are in Los Angeles County, the county that includes Hollywood and Highland Park.
That’s about 1 percent of the population.