This chart shows the relative purchasing powers of major cities, based on the time needed to work in order to be able to buy a Big Mac.
“Fast-food junkies are best off in Chicago, Toronto and Tokyo, where it takes a mere 12 minutes at work to afford a Big Mac. By contrast, employees must toil for over two hours to earn enough for a burger fix in Mexico City, Jakarta and Nairobi.”
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