By: Lisa Scholz, FortuneThe next 100 fast-food restaurants to open in the United States are now less than three months away, and it seems like there’s a lot of excitement around the idea.
With a total of more than 6,500 locations across the country, and an estimated $100 billion in annual revenue, the industry is currently worth more than $10 trillion.
But that’s not all.
Fast-food franchises are now being considered by several states for potential franchisees.
These fast-casual restaurants can include a variety of items from hamburgers and hot dogs to tacos and cheeseburgers, and the number of franchising applications has surged in recent years.
With that, some have even been considered for the National Football League.
There are currently more than 200,000 franchisees in the country and nearly a dozen states.
The vast majority of them have found success in the fast-chain restaurant industry.
But as the industry continues to grow, it’s looking to expand.
While it may not be a reality in the near future, the fast food industry has been steadily increasing in popularity in recent decades.
The fast-fare industry was born in the 1980s when fast-moving restaurants such as McDonald’s, Burger King, and KFC opened their doors.
By the early 2000s, there were a variety on the menu, from burger joints and mini-cafes to burger stands and full-service restaurants.
Fast-food restaurant chains such as Subway and Chipotle, have also gained popularity in the last few years.
The chain has seen record growth in sales, and in the past several years, it has been a popular destination for fans.
These chains are now seeing significant expansion plans.
With this growth, franchises are increasingly becoming a hot commodity for the fast and furious food industry.
While there are some fast-fashion brands such as Louis Vuitton and Gucci that have opened stores in the States, most of these brands only have a few stores in operation at any given time.
For example, Gucci opened in Los Angeles in 2011, but only a few months later, it shut down.
While franchises are popular with fast-track restaurants and casual dining establishments, there are also other restaurants that cater to fast-tasters, or those who prefer the fast pace.
These include fast-and-drum pizza and pizza parlors, which serve the freshest, most authentic foods and take full advantage of the fast fashion trend.
Fast food restaurants are also becoming a bigger source of employment for the industry.
According to the Economic Research Institute, in 2016, the average hourly wage in the industry was $16.80.
This number is up from $14.45 in 2016 and $14 per hour in 2015.
Additionally, according to the National Restaurant Association, there have been a total 7,000,000 fast food jobs created since 2008.
Many fast-traders also want to be involved in the business, and have started franchising their own restaurants.
This is a great opportunity to grow their brand and add value to the overall fast food business.
Franchisees can earn as much as $10,000 per day while working for a franchisee.
The more they make, the better their chances of becoming a franchisees owner.
For more information on the industry, check out our article on the 10 Fastest-Growing Fast Food Franchises.