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That's nice! Why can't we find headlines that show real American Jobs? Jobs that are full-time with benefits is what we need. Obama has not provided those in 6 years. That's a fact. the only money spent on the economy providing growth, has been his debt spending...going on 12 trillion at last count!
who voted for this idiot? Food stamps anyone?.. Cell phones???Welfare???
Why is Walmart even on this list? 55,000 seasonal hires doesn’t even replace the workers who will quit or get fired before the holiday season. That number represents an increase of only 4% over the current staffing, completely inadequate to deal with holiday crowds or the current problems with not having enough workers to do the most essential tasks such as stocking shelves and ringing up purchases. To put these numbers in perspective, here is the complete MATH in terms of what increase over current staffing will result from the seasonal hiring: Macy’s (47% increase); Kohl’s (39%); JCPenney (30%); Target (19%); and Walmart (4%). I guess I now know what stores really care about having actual people to provide customer service versus the one that wants to let customers find items on their own and then wait in long lines.
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So, adding part-time jobs in a lousy economy is seen as a good thing? Wow! I already work two part-time jobs that pay me 1/3 of what I used to make. I will fall off the unemployment numbers because I now have a part-time job that won't even pay my rent for the month...let alone feed the family. Thanks for all the help pal! Now can I squeeze in another PART-TIME job? What is the writer of this article thinking. I also want to see the "real unemployment" numbers. Not the ones that are pulled out of the hat each week to make it seem like all of Americans are gainfully employed. Notice the word GAINFUL. Definition of GAINFUL. yielding a profit <graduated from school and went looking for gainful employment> Synonyms economic, fat, gainful, juicy, lucrative ...
The word gainful means making a profit, not even the word subsist is the word.. to subsist means that you can at least obtain the necessities (food, clothing, shelter) Notice I have not listed cable TV, cell phones or even toothpaste) Given the current economy, many cannot even subsist. Try and refute my statement.
you take those 12 hours a week $7 an hour jobs and just stick them right back up your azz.
that's it, put them right back up there for christmas.
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