Leslie Patton

food industry reporter for Bloomberg

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If you want to make six figures a year, you could try to become an air traffic controller, software developer, or nurse practitioner. Or you could apply to your local Taco Bell.

Taco Bell might start paying managers $100,000 per year

If you want to make six figures a year, you could try to become an air traffic controller, software developer, or nurse practitioner. Or you could apply to your local Taco Bell.

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