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04-08-2015 02:21 PM  3 years agoPost 1
spaceman spiff

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04-08-2015 02:26 PM  3 years agoPost 2
Dennis (RIP)

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This is what a bad economy can give us.

Employers are picking and choosing both experience and education as a work force. The people without either or less of either are left out of a very competitive job marketplace.

Employers are within their rights to do so. They must in order to survive.

No one is to blame except bad government.

Liberty once lost, is lost forever.

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04-09-2015 02:23 PM  3 years agoPost 3
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What hope is there for the large majority of young people?Sometimes i think one has to be young too see the raw deals they are being dealt today,especially as they are the future.

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04-09-2015 03:10 PM  3 years ago •• Post 4 ••
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I did an aprenticeship at a machine shop back in the early 80s. A few months experience and a recomendation was enough to get me a job in tough times. What is going on now is crazy. Over the top.

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04-09-2015 03:34 PM  3 years agoPost 5
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Despite all the positives of unionised labour , this is one of the negatives.
It hurts big time , meanwhile manufacturing are being done in Asia

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04-09-2015 03:59 PM  3 years agoPost 6
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One thing is for sure,things will never be the way we had them,the younger among us,unless really fortunate,are going to find things very tough as overseas factories and robotics take over our traditional jobs,not everyone can be a super intelligent professional,even they will have strong competition from overseas.If you are among the elite,you will be fine

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04-09-2015 04:24 PM  3 years agoPost 7
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We are feeding them Heathy brain Suppliment's for a Clearer Function

Why they all WANT Googlie Powered - Wika Pedia - USB - Ziggawatt hard Solid State Bubble drives in their Federally Funded Pogo Sticks with the Crystal Screen that talk's back

i think one has to be young too see the raw deals they are being dealt today,especially as they are the future.
They see nothing / hear nothing /speak nothing :

It's a MYSTERY !!!

Talk them selves into a mess going HUh ? and sit in the basement playing Vidio games. The real young one's we toss a PS 2 in the crib !

Ask em Huh ??

After 3 Huh's No Job : Not even Pickle on a Bun - STATIC

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04-09-2015 09:09 PM  3 years agoPost 8
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If you are among the elite,you will be fine
That has been the case since the beginning of the industrial age.

The problem is that the younger generation is apathetic and lazy. Not all of course, but most. And quite frankly, the majority of parents can blame themselves. Too many parents coddle, overly protect, and want to be their kids "BFF" (best friend forever). Tough love is called "tough love" for a reason.

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04-10-2015 02:38 PM  3 years agoPost 9
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this gen is different... no doubt. Myself and several other friends (all good parents) are always either on the outs or on the verge of being so, with our young adult children. I shudder to think of how THEIR kids will turn out (I already see it in my grandson).

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04-10-2015 02:52 PM  3 years agoPost 10
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I see some of it my 3 grand kids as well.

But, all three are such good kids, its hard to fault them. They are all very active with their school and sports and all three don't even have to work to hard to get excellant grades.

Of course, that could change in an instant. At least they have darned good parents that are very active with their kids.

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04-10-2015 03:03 PM  3 years agoPost 11
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I hope that continues for them. I had no issues at all with my kids until they reached adulthood and it's been downhill ever since.
My daughter gets married today....and I'm not there, if that tells you anything. My family was going to boycott it at first, but I talked them out of it, that would just make things worse, if that's possible.

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04-10-2015 04:07 PM  3 years agoPost 12
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Guys. These are not the lazy kids down the street who step on your grass, these are colege grads. The brighter high school kids who did their homework... went on to work their ass off at colege as well to make a better life for themselves.

Economy may still be a little sluggish but nothing justifying what is being described in that article. Read it. Looks to me that companies are taking advantage, and reminder, corporate profits are not shabby these days, and stock market is sitting at all time highs again....

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04-10-2015 04:48 PM  3 years agoPost 13
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Economy may still be a little sluggish but nothing justifying what is being described in that article. Read it. Looks to me that companies are taking advantage, and reminder, corporate profits are not shabby these days
No one is taking advantage except the government.

And, you had best wish those corporations do survive. If they don't, then thousands upon thousands will be without jobs.

and stock market is sitting at all time highs again....
You should be hoping so. Otherwise millions upon millions of retirement plans would be in the tank.

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04-10-2015 04:56 PM  3 years agoPost 14
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No one is taking advantage except the government.
Walk me thru this. A kid goes to school, has a job at a company whose stock is at an all time high, but they don't pay him a cent, and it is the government who is taking advantage.

Who is the government taking advantage of?

Take a moment to enjoy a cup of coffee and help me think this thru.

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04-10-2015 05:18 PM  3 years agoPost 15
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If they have out standing student loan's - don't hire em - if it's out of the area of their study.

If they have de-faulted on the student loan's let some one else take the risk -NOT trust worthy

Let the Bolivian basket weaver's go to work for a Bolivia basket Company.

Unemployment according to OBAMA is at 5.5% their are Job's for everybody.

Their are 47 Million out of 330 Million on food Stamp's

Those that are working garnish their wages 20% till their loan's are paid off and no IRS TAX Refund.

Country is 18 Trillion in Debt- Tell em to cough it up

Don't approve any Mortgage loan's unless they have 10% Earnest money cash down Same with AUTO LOAN's

Credit Karma is a VAPOR

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04-10-2015 05:31 PM  3 years agoPost 16
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... and STAY OFF MY LAWN!

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04-10-2015 05:38 PM  3 years agoPost 17
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If they are from a State that Smokes dope ? Don't Hire Em - They will drive your $40.000.00 Fork Lift off the dock then sue you for the forklift being stupid.

If they are from a country that chop's your head off ? Self Explanatory.
Send em too your competition the Chinese guy

If the New proposed Hire show's up with a Bone in his or her Nose --
Tell him or her you will hire if they can get a sparrow to set on it and have him stand under the tree all day.

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