Working for the Mouse: A Survey of Disneyland Resort Employees


 Researchers at Occidental College and Economic Roundtable found that 74 percent of Disneyland workers run out of money by the end of the month, can’t make ends meet. The report, "Working for the Mouse: A Survey of Disneyland Employees," summarizes the findings of a survey of 5,000 employees who work at the resort and theme park in Southern California. The report was written by Peter Dreier, a professor of policy at Occidental College, and Daniel Flaming, the president of the Economic Roundtable.   Authored by Peter Dreier, Daniel Flaming, Lucero Herrera, Martha Matsuoka, Jane Carlen, and Patrick Burns