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  • flaterth flaterth May 7, 2013 12:34 AM Flag

    American Vets Deserve Better than Walmart’s $8.81 an Hour

    We owe it to our returning veterans to make sure they are treated as the heroes they are, rather than as symbols used to “greenwash” Walmart’s eroding brand. After facing enemies abroad, is an $8.81 an hour part-time job the best we can offer returning veterans?

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    • Well, why don't you hire them? The vets are able to apply for any jobs they are trained to do, but WMT has said they will hire vets. So, a job is a job is a job. Any job is better than no job.

      Sentiment: Strong Buy

      • 1 Reply to shep21998
      • ["Any job is better than no job."]

        so, if you hire someone to burn your house down in order for you to collect the insurance because you are upside down on the net-worth of what your Toyota RV on cinder blocks is worth... ....

        that is a OK job...

        Next you will be typing it's ok to hire the 20 million unemployed in America to kill over US O'fart's so healthcare will cost less in the future....

        Wal*Mart like all retailers....

        MAKES NOTHING....

        What American wants to work for a company that has their Global Procurement Office in China and call themselves American by shoving Made In China down the throats of Americans....

        psst! I heard Ms Mayer is asking questions about that port deal back in 2006 in Mexico...

        Has Greg Penner got the right answer?

        heha..!!

 
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