(31) A comparison has been made between fast food restaurants and factories. This is not as
unrealistic as it might first appear. Fast food is mass-produced, as heavily processed as any
other factory product, and restaurant workers have jobs which are just as routine and boring as
those in manufacturing. So not only does fast food taste the same everywhere, but all workers
involved are on low wages and have little power to improve their conditions.
Which one of the following best expresses the conclusion of this argument?
A Workers who do routine and boring jobs are often poorly paid.
B Mass production in factories leads to poor working conditions.
C It is not unrealistic to compare fast food restaurants with factories.
D All fast food tastes the same because it is heavily processed.
E Working in a fast food restaurant is no different from working in a factory.