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Household Income Soars In Energy-Producing States

Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by snerd, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. snerd

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    Maybe time to move......
     
  2. Naelbis

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    Sorry..we have enough carpetbaggers tearing things up..we are closed. BTW all that income growth comes from working 60+ hours a week...for the easy jobs. Lots of guys working over 90 a week.

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  3. pizza

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    I heard from a co worker they are paying $25/hr to cashier at a WalMart in ND. The trade off is an apartment rental is $1800/month.


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  4. Naelbis

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    The rent is true, a one bedroom can cost that much here. But Walmart isn't paying anywhere close to that, I think they were offering 12-14 an hour last I checked. Which is why they have half the people they need and most of those they send from other stores.

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