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2012-12-06 10:56:21 AM
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Brostorm: This is not close to being true. This may have been true at the height of union power but i is closer to 25-30k now and even less for newer employees. When unions actually agreed to two tier pay systems to screw over new employees that signed their death warrant imo. Oh well, boomers gonna boom.


That's part of the problem. They want people with mechanical/industrial engineer education and experience to work for assembly line pay.
2012-12-06 10:31:29 AM
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So basically he feels companies aren't obligated in any way for training their workforce. He kicks that to the government.

And maybe there would be more incentive to teach and learn these skills if you didn't have to move to China to get a job using them.
 
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