LordZorch: Both of which will most likely be more marketable than a degree in reading old books most people find boring as all hell, dated, and poorly written when compared to later works.
SultanofSchwing: So you can get a Wal-Mart Bachelor in "being on farking break forever and leaving the tills empty when there's dozens of people in line?"
king_nacho: SultanofSchwing: So you can get a Wal-Mart Bachelor in "being on farking break forever and leaving the tills empty when there's dozens of people in line?"After graduating you learn how to tell the line of people something that only mostly pisses them off.
Taxcheat: Will Hooters offer a Women's Studies program?
Featured Farker: I got my JD from Costco.
espiaboricua: *walks in*antidisestablishmentarianism: Jennifer Government?Seeing as this is taken care of: these classes are part of the new slavery since the classes are valid nowhere besides the company in which you took the classes.All those classes Ms. Suarez has taken through Wal-Mart? They (and all the time/energy/effort she has put in those classes) become useless the day Wal-Mart fires/downsizes her.
SN1987a goes boom: LordZorch: Both of which will most likely be more marketable than a degree in reading old books most people find boring as all hell, dated, and poorly written when compared to later works.Everything you write reads like the script to a deleted scene from Idiocracy.
GBB: WalMart needs to change it's degree requirements. Currently, Effective Black Friday Strategies is an elective, while Customer Avoidance 1 & 2 are core classes.
Nana's Vibrator: From an employer's perspective it's kind of a step in the right direction. There's an unrealistic expectation to pay someone more money because they got a degree from passing 90 hours of electives like Art Survey I and Music Appreciation II. Perhaps rather than making that investment they can use that toward a specific training program. With that training your employees are more valuable to you but not so much elsewhere.The idea that you can have a steady job but don't have to spend $150K to sit through Art Survey I and the likes may be attractive to some prospective employees.
king_nacho: High schools spend too much time preparing you for college,
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