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The lawsuit, which was filed in 2007, finally receives a ruling

Jury awarded 134,000 Taco Bell employees a total of $495,913.

A federal jury in California has ruled in favor of underpaid Taco Bell workers who skipped their meal breaks. The chain is to pay 134,000 workers a total of $495,913, according to Nation’s Restaurant News.

However, the company was found not guilty of other allegations in the 2007 class action lawsuit, including unpaid overtime, unpaid minimum wages, unreimbursed business expenses, and vested accrued vacation wages, as there was not sufficient evidence to back these claims.

The plaintiffs also claimed that Taco Bell only gave employees working seven-hour shifts one 10-minute break instead of two, and that it failed to provide meal breaks to employees before the fifth hour of work during shifts lasting longer than six hours.

The decision found that employees were only paid for 30 minutes instead of the full hour if they skipped their 30-minute meal breaks.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


Women of Different Salaries on Glamour

I just ran across this series because the video was embedded in a totally unrelated article I was reading. This is super interesting!

This episode is on how much they spend on lunch. The spending relative to salary was very interesting.

I’m always interested in how much money people spend on lunch. I make my own most days cause it seems like it’s an excessive amount to spend.

Funny, if I’m in the office I almost always buy (though occasionally get a wild hair and bring something in. but almost never). If I’m at home I almost always make my lunch (even though I live near a ton of places that offer takeout, not to mention fast food places).

i literally just bring leftovers from the previous nights' food and reheat them lmao

When I was an intern and starting my job I use to buy lunch more often, but now the higher my salary went the least I buy out.

But this also coincide with me trying to lose weight, so is probably more related to me trying to be more mindful of what I was eating. Plus lunch was the easiest meal to meal prep for.

But I will admit the thing that i kind of have missed from being in the office is the random times we decided to go out and have lunch together to socialize as friends and coworkers.

Interesting! I make my lunch every day, both because it’s less expensive and because I want to hit specific macros daily. I also have some food allergies and am a vegetarian. it’s just easier to make my own food. Being less expensive is a perk. Salary context: 43k

We got free catered lunch every day when we were in the office, which is definitely my favorite perk considering even a salad near my office is

$15. I’m job hunting right now and am dreading having to bring my own/buy it every day if I end up at a company without free lunch :(.

This is so interesting. I bring my lunch every day, usually some combination of crackers, cheese, and chopped fruits or vegetables. Sometimes cottage cheese. It’s probably like $2 per serving or less.

I bring my lunch most days but about 2 days a week I get a sushi roll and just pack sides (usually a hard boiled egg and some fruit). So I spend about $13 a week, plus the cost of groceries.

I could not imagine buying lunch every day, let alone multiple meals a day.

My company feeds us at work. My breakfasts, lunches, snacks and sometimes dinners are free (if I'm working late). We have a great cafeteria with a wide range of food offerings

There's a really valid tradeoff between time spent making food and the cost of buying it.

I'm somewhere in the middle. Bring lunch some days, buy on others. I usually spend $5-17 on lunch. Salary 80k.

Wow, how telling that they have actors reading the scripts. Discussing money is truly the last taboo.

i bring my dinner leftovers or a few small snacks as my lunch everyday. maybe twice a month i’ll order takeout with my friend coworkers but only if it’s really great food from a local business, not a chain.

there’s a few women at my job who order breakfast and lunch and/or dinner every day-sometimes it’s from the diner, sometimes it’s from cheesecake factory or chipotle. along with how much they both must spend, i doubt they even know how to cook a simple meal after seeing this for years.

I work out in the ‘burbs so not a lot of close food options apart from two take away shops on the same street. I bring leftovers or a sandwich to toast because I am cheap!

I bring my lunch or some kind of a frozen meal several days a week and then spend roughly $15 for lunch twice a week. I’d say my range is $4-17. Lots of delicious small businesses near my work but it’s impossible to eat out for under $15 unless you’re getting fast food. Salary for context is 66k

I found it interesting that the lower salary levels mostly purchased their lunch everyday while the mid to higher salaries brought them from home. I WFH so I just eat leftovers or whatever is in the kitchen. When I did work outside the home I normally brought my lunch from home with the occasional exception where I didn’t have time or we planned on eating out as group at work. When we did eat out I usually tried to keep it around 10 or under but it varied depending on where we went.

In recent years I have had free lunch at work anywhere from 2-5 days a week. In the before times I also socialized after work by going out to eat - or I had various post work events.

As a result, I found it really hard to justify cooking certain meals. Bringing lunch was pointless. And I had to plan it perfectly to cook enough so I wouldn’t have food waste.

When I had 2 free lunch days at work, I was more apt to bring leftovers once a week and eat out the other days.

I always had some lunch choices. The under $10 places that were my staples. And then otherwise it was $15-17. I really don’t like paying more than $10 for lunch. Sometimes i planned to get a component out and filler from home, like my own salads or veggie sides to pair with sandwiches or tacos.


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