It isn't skilled labor and is paid accordingly. The parts that are, (water chemistry in the water park, ride inspections, and maintenance), are making good money but they don't help with the efficiency, only the safety.
I'm all for paying people what they are worth but the more we increase the pay for the unskilled the less valuable your college degree and specialized skills become. In a time of massive inflation just remember how much less buying power you have now then 2 years ago. Do we really want to throw fuel on that fire right now. Plenty of skilled positions sitting empty that we can encourage economic freedom by learning skills, not encouraging long-term unskilled fields.
Do we really want someone's first job to be the day they set foot in the classroom at 22 because nobody would hire them at 16 so they could learn how to "work". Heck, some of those early jobs are the best learning experiences because they probably involve working with a customer and bad bosses and all the fun stuff that builds character for later being a boss or a manager or an employee.