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Nov 03 2013
By: KIoey Sackboy 458 posts
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Working anywhere sucks now.

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[insert something about corporate pigs].

 

Trade your humanity for a paycheck or trade your paycheck for a **bleep** life.

 

WTB more small business.

 

 

Complete global saturation.
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Welcoming Committee
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Or you get a government job...

 

Or you get a degree and go in higher up at a corporation...

 

Or you start a small business that does not compete with WalMart

 

Voila.

 


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Fender Bender
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Right now I dont think so but in any case your working for someone so who cares really. Just as long as the bills get paid no one realy cares where the money comes from a big corparate company or a small one or even the government.

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Treasure Hunter
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lol

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Wastelander
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Get a degree. I work a crap job but I don't complain about the pay because I know its a starter job. I do however do freelancing in TV production for sidework right now which pays pretty well and just waiting for a full time position to open up.
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high school graduate is nothing now they treat the workers like garbage and want to take advantage anytime they get and when they need someone to stay over time they expect you to stay or the world might be over

 


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bob-maul wrote:

Or you get a government job...

 

Or you get a degree and go in higher up at a corporation...

 

Or you start a small business that does not compete with WalMart

 

Voila.

 


How many times do I have to tell you you're an idiot?

 

Please, get out. Smart people are talking.

Complete global saturation.
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KIoey wrote:

bob-maul wrote:

Or you get a government job...

 

Or you get a degree and go in higher up at a corporation...

 

Or you start a small business that does not compete with WalMart

 

Voila.

 


How many times do I have to tell you you're an idiot?

 

Please, get out. Smart people are talking.


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KIoey wrote:

bob-maul wrote:

Or you get a government job...

 

Or you get a degree and go in higher up at a corporation...

 

Or you start a small business that does not compete with WalMart

 

Voila.

 


How many times do I have to tell you you're an idiot?

 

Please, get out. Smart people are talking.


"You're dumb. I'm smart"

 

Sounds like an ad hominem with an air of "full of himself" hanging around it


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bob-maul wrote:

Or you get a government job... lol, no

 

Or you get a degree and go in higher up at a corporation...  fail on my part

 

Or you start a small business that does not compete with WalMart    CHECK!

 

Voila.

 


Finding a job is difficult in this economy where the employers are looking really more for skilled workers rather than those who struggle to keep a job and looking to settle down to a long term plan.

Starting a business is the most difficult in the first year because you are trying to find good prices to sell your products or services at a price where you can stay busy and have a steady income without ever worrying about your boss firing you when you are your own boss.

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