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I'm an individual who loves money. Money is currency and has the value to help you achieve your dreams and help you pay your bills, buy food, buy videos games, etc. We live in a civilized society where money plays a big parts in our lives. Many people do not understand the value of money and will not save properly. But in the end they'll end loosing everything because they haven't responsibly saved and used their money. That is my view on money.
I would have to respectfully disagree. I'm not a gullible individual or see the government as evil. But as a person who wants to survive in today's world. We need money to survive compared to how are ancestors who hunted and/or farmed.
Tony Cesolini, assistant manager at McDonald's of Winchendon, a town on the border with New Hampshire, said the educational requirement was an error in the job posting.
"We're still trying to figure out how that happened," Cesolini told ABC News. "At this time, it's misreported information from an independent job offering website."
Originally posted by Zarniwoop
reply to post by CALGARIAN
It won't demand it really; however, if someone has a degree and another person doesn't..
(same age, sex, etc etc) who will get the job?
Probably the one without the degree, as the one with the degree is a day-to-day flight risk.