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A company what's so uppity that it cares about this kind of things, is not worth working for. OTOH, there should be a list of such companies somewhere to help sane people stay as far away from them as they possibly can.
Considering the state of the world economy that's a pretty silly comment to make, especially for anyone with a family to take care of. Or anyone unemployed right now. There are still people who think we may have a "V" recovery but in all recent recessions unemployment has been a severely lagging indicator. Here in the US even if we created 300,000 new jobs a month it would take over 5 years to make up the number lost in the past year or so. And right now the MSM is celebrating that the number lost was less than expected this past month, meaning that more jobs are still being lost than created. Things will likely be worse than Japan's Lost Decade. And so for the majority of people it is an employers' market.

Elda Taluta; Sarks Sark; Ark Arks


In reply to OT: Economy (Re^6: Not Safe For Work threads) by Argel
in thread Not Safe For Work threads [NSFW] by Argel

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