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04-05-2013, 10:33 AM
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They're just trying to raise standards...after all McDonald's workers are the main force behind this economy and they should be paid more than NHL players.

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By definition, a cashier at a fast food place is considered an entry level job. It's not a job that should require experience. That does not mean employers don't require it on their own accord.

My last job was technically an entry level job, but they were looking for experience. I only got it because the guy I was up against was considered too flakey. He had experience though.
I think you mean, in practice, a cashier at a fast food place is considered entry-level.

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did a google seatch and it looks like a april fools joke

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good. no company should hire non college educated workers

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Is that a ketchup fountain.

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Is that a ketchup fountain.
What, you don't have one?

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good. no company should hire non college educated workers
Well, if the only employable people are college-educated, college should be subsidized more heavily.

Alternatively, we can recognize that college degrees and university degrees, while in general a positive, aren't the only indicator that someone has merit for employment.

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The thought of a ketchup fountain disturbs me for some reason... Wouldn't they have to warm the ketchup up in order for it to flow...?

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