According to studies, Wal-Mart employees use 40% more public assistance than other workers.
"The Los Angeles City Council commissioned a report in 2003 on the effects of allowing Wal-Mart Supercenters into their communities. The report, prepared by consulting firm Rodino and Associates, found that Supercenters drive down wages in the local retail industry, place a strain on public services, and damage small businesses.
The Democratic Staff of the Committee on Education and the Workforce estimates that one 200-person Wal-Mart store may result in a cost to federal taxpayers of $420,750 per year – about $2,103 per employee."
Here at HSU, we are actually already studying ALL of the things you mention. You should take some classes here, you could learn a lot! :)
"Next we'll hear they are not journalists but entertainers. nice."
Like Glenn Beck?
In Print This Week:
Apr 30, 2015
vol XXVI issue 18
Growing the Machine
The North Coast Journal Weekly
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