Low-Wage America: Adam Beadel, Barista NPR's Alex Chadwick talks to NPR's Noah Adams about a coffee shop barista, 21-year-old Adam Beadel, who Adams met on a recent trip to Seattle, Wash. Beadle makes about $7.50 an hour. The profile is the first of five conversations with Adams about low-wage workers that Day to Day will feature over the next week.
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Low-Wage America: Adam Beadel, Barista

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Low-Wage America: Adam Beadel, Barista

Low-Wage America: Adam Beadel, Barista

Low-Wage America: Adam Beadel, Barista

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NPR's Alex Chadwick talks to NPR's Noah Adams about a coffee shop barista, 21-year-old Adam Beadel, who Adams met on a recent trip to Seattle, Wash. Beadle makes about $7.50 an hour. The profile is the first of five conversations with Adams about low-wage workers that Day to Day will feature over the next week.

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