Which fast food restaurants have been the most profitable?

Fast food restaurants were the fastest growing segment in 2016, but they still make up just 4% of the US workforce, according to a new report from Next Big Fortune.

The fast food sector grew from $2.5 trillion in 2015 to $6.9 trillion in 2016.

That’s up from just $1.6 trillion in 2014, according the report, which analyzed data from the US Department of Labor and the US Census Bureau.

Fast food restaurants earned about $9.6 billion in profit in 2016 — an increase of 28% from 2014.

However, the fast food industry continues to struggle.

Nearly 1.3 million US jobs have been lost in the fast-food sector since the Great Recession, according a 2016 report from the Economic Policy Institute.

While the fast casual sector is expected to shrink over the next decade, fast food is still a big business for many companies.

More than 70% of fast food workers are women, and they make up nearly half of the workforce.

According to the report: “In 2020, more than 40% of all U.S. fast food jobs are held by women.”

According the report’s findings, women make up the vast majority of fast casual workers in the US, accounting for more than half of fast-casual workers.

In addition, the workforce for the fast dining industry has shrunk over the past two decades.

“Women comprise only 12.3% of U.K. fast- food workers, and only 8.5% of US fast- casual workers,” the report states.

As for fast food’s future, the report says that many of these companies are looking at expanding to new locations.

For example, Wendy’s and Burger King have said they plan to expand in new locations, while Taco Bell is reportedly planning a new outlet in Washington, D.C.