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Meet a mom of 2 who became homeless while working for the biggest grocery chain in the US: 'Kroger doesn't care about us.'

4 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Until recently, Jeanne Olsen made $14.90 an hour, bumped to $15.90 at the beginning of this year. Jeanne Olsen
Jeanne Olsen's family struggles with food insecurity, and has been homeless while she's worked at Kroger.
Olsen is one of thousands of Kroger employees who have experienced homelessness.
She says unpredictable scheduling at Kroger makes it difficult to get a second job to make ends meet.
Jeanne Olsen, 59, recycles for extra income. The plastic and metal waste she collects on her days off sometimes fills her entire living room, she told Insider. She transports bags of it by bus...
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