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Re: What'll keep ya interested in work.

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03-17-2013 11:21:30

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I don't know. When I 1st started working for the megacorp, in 1979, the ceo made 300K. The production workers about 30K. 30 years later, the ceo was making 12 million, and the production workers 58K. And the number of production workers was reduced by about 90%. ( in this country ). Some folks are doing a lot better at the expense of some others.

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03-17-2013 12:27:35

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 Re: What'll keep ya interested in work. in reply to Spook, 03-17-2013 11:21:30  
So your one of those people who believe no one succeeds of their own hard work, sacrifice and initiative? its always at the expense of ''others'', even though the majority of the ''others'' are too lazy and or too stupid to make the most of their opportunities. Your unions drove the factories and jobs away from your neck of the woods, if you want to find those jobs and a lot more look south in the ''right to work'' states where unions are despised. There have been attempts to unionise the oilfield my whole working life and the workers were the ones who always drove the union thugs away, no union means the employer gets an honest days work and that is why we have good wages and benefits.

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03-17-2013 11:34:49

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 Re: What'll keep ya interested in work. in reply to Spook, 03-17-2013 11:21:30  
If it wasn't for the brains of the 300K CEO the whole company might have went overseas so where would that put those folks making $58,000?

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