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The least valuable workers in the nation, I think, are in the white house and CONgress.
American workers are treated across the board as little more than office equipment. Workers in this country used to be considered the single most important asset that created the value of a company, and now they are nothing more than a necessary evil. Quality has suffered accordingly, and America has almost overnight become a third-world nation as a result. Disagree? Take a look at the job postings. Employers want a 20 year old with 20 degrees and 20 years experience, and the starting pay is $20k a year.
Somewhere along the line the working class in this country got f*cked.
Raise the minimum wage above what a job produces, and wait and see if that job will still exist.
NAFTA forces ALL U.S. workers to "compete" with Mexican labor. Pretty cool if you're a 1-percenter! Pretty much blows for the 99% trying to figure out how to pay their bills and retire prior to 70!
Why did the U.S. pass NAFTA? Oh yeah, U.S. corporations would grow and that would "trickle down" to the masses. No trickle? Nope, none over here either!! Mexico is doing GREAT though! Thank you Mr. and Mrs. U.S. workers !
Its ok IF Roger Goodell makes 45 million a year over a game that i really wouldnt miss ,,, the person caring for your elderly parents makes peanuts, SCREW UP WORLD ,
cheap labor means lower costs. Gee, ya think?
of course, we can jack the salaries up to 15/hour, and put a bazillion people out of work, and they wont have the job skills to do anything else so they become welfare recipients ad-infinitum...
a liberal politician's paradise.
Here is a plan. If you are so worth more money flippin a fuggin hamburger, open your own damn business, grow it, branch out. Now tell us what you will pay YOUR employees if you want to be profitable enough to continue to grow.
That's exactly what I thought. Uneducated dipwads can be hypocrites too.
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Wall Street slows down in the summer as many traders and investors take the season off. How often are you watching your stocks?
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- Every day; there's too much going on.
- Every week; can't afford to miss an opportunity.
- I've checked out for summer.
- I'm a long-term investor; summer doesn't change my schedule.