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People making $30 an hour didn't fall into it - they trained, did without while training, sacrificed, and worked. They earned it.
I am sorry - but these days, kids have no common sense and/or technical skills because they are too busy being entertained with their electronic pacifiers. This will be the first generation of people who know and do nothing.
HOT Lanes have only made it more crowded for the rest of us in the remaining lanes. And now the state wants more? I say "no"!
No degree guarantees a job. What employers are looking for are problem-solvers - i.e., people who can show up every day, read, do simple math in their heads, and think -- something no school, college, or trade school is currently teaching.
The future holds great promise for service industry individuals. You may have a doctorate, but sooner or later, you will need a skilled mechanic to repair your hi-tech automobile!
If you deal with the public everyday for a living, don't you think "It's my pleasure" sounds a lot better than "Not a problem"?
I am a manager, and I truly wish people would tell me when my employees give anything less than stellar customer service. I won't tolerate anything less than stellar, but I can't do anything about poor service if clients leave me because of it (without telling me first).
Customer service hasn't been eliminated; good customer service has been.
If you like to play your t.v. and music on outdoor speakers, you need to get a place in the country.
If careers have short life spans, then colleges should not teach how to do one job - but how to be a problem-solver who is able to shift that skill to many jobs.
September is great in Georgia, but October is my favorite month here.
This is a self-serve era. That means you direct your own phone calls, pump your own gas, make your own deposits, check yourself out at the grocery store, check yourself in at the doctor's office -- and the list goes on. We are all in such a hurry precisely because we are doing our own jobs - and everybody else's job, too!
Who comes up with those lottery commercials? I hope they aren't getting paid.
Without a crystal ball, who knows what jobs will be viable in the future? Entire industries die almost overnight these days.
Pine needles are falling. Yes, fall is upon us! Get out the rakes.
I would like the right to opt out of Social Security.
Nothing irritates me more than people thinking that the working poor made bad decisions - and that is why they are struggling. You don't know their history, their disabilities, or their IQ. You know nothing about their situation, so back off.
Our economy is built on buy now/ pay later. Why should government behave any differently?
What exactly are conservatives trying to conserve?
A young mother has a child and eventually, the father runs off. You blame her for serving fries to cover rent, child care, gas, a GED, food, and health care. Raise the minimum wage, which has fallen way behind inflation.