Is it worth looking for work in the states any more?

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Is it worth looking for work in the states any more?

Postby dedanna1029 » 13 Jul 2011, 18:30

About those 'job creators': Cisco to cut 10,000 jobs while lobbying for tax break. We have had other mass layoffs all over the country with other major companies as well over the last 2 years; it's still just the beginning of them. Makes one completely discouraged, and wonder if there's any sense in trying any more.
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Re: Is it worth looking for work in the states any more?

Postby R_Head » 14 Jul 2011, 14:36

Is more about who you know instead of what you know.

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Postby linuxlover420 » 24 Oct 2011, 12:46

R_Head wrote:Is more about who you know instead of what you know.


How True is this! :) your so right R_Head
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Postby dedanna1029 » 26 Oct 2011, 00:53

Yep, it's called sub-standard employers and workers both, and still everyone says "Made in America" like the stupid spend and waste crap we sell is so great. Screw dat. I'm buying European from here on... and really don't appreciate having to work with and for sub-standard companies and workers, even if I do get paid a wonderful minimum wage for it. :arrogant:
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Postby gnuuser » 09 May 2012, 13:42

and when you add the ugly head of workspace bullying it adds another nightmare to the list. :f
considering that the bullies band together under the disguise of being management , it tends to make working in some places absolute horror! :evil:
but good news on the horizon is that there are now legal services taking up the banner against workplace bullying :B

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Re: Is it worth looking for work in the states any more?

Postby R_Head » 11 May 2012, 13:20

Is beside the point of working in the USA...

Commenting about he Bulling part... go here.


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