Soon, it may no longer be accurate to refer to a low-wage gig without benefits as a "McJob."

Recently the company that inspired the sad term is now attributing its recent growth to — wait for it — higher wages and more generous employee benefits.

"The improvements we made to our compensation and benefits package to employees in U.S.-company operated restaurants, along with expanding [the tuition assistance program] Archways to Opportunity … have resulted in lower crew turnover and higher customer satisfaction scores," says McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook, according to Forbes.

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