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Editorial How many jobs does the farmer's market create????? How many jobs would Wal-Mart have created? So the title of this article should read New Jobs: Doctor Lumbard Email none Jun 14, -- Nearly all the management jobs are imported from afar, as wannabe managers need to move up the ladder from store to regional level, so they are shifted around the country on very short notice.
Many of the other positions are filled by cannibalizing existing workers from surrounding existing Wal-Marts; WM is happy to let workers at Kingston or Monticello who live closer to Napanoch work in a Napanoch store, because moving them let's WM shift them back to the beginning of the ladder!
The rest of the jobs will be a high percentage of part-timers, who can be paid less per hour, with few to no benefits, and can be made to come in on shifting schedules that makes it impossible to have any other jobs or consistent schedule for education or family care, or they can be sent home if things aren't busy enough, which helps keep their pay UNDER poverty level, and helps depress ALL retail salaries county-wide.
Finally, as a study done recently by researchers at the California Public Policy Institute found, for each TWO jobs at an opening WM in a county I won't say "created," for the above reasons! So a WM with jobs can be expected, over time, to result in a loss of existing jobs in the community, for a NET loss of jobs!
How is THAT a good thing? Many of those jobs might have been held by your neighbors, with decent salaries and benefits, or even the middle-class OWNERS of local mom-and-pop stores, who now will have to find other income. What will they do Have you even thought this through?
I would urge the bogus "Doctor Lumbard" to go to w-e-r-d. They are predominately low paying near or at minimum wage jobs. It is assumed that they work at jobs that native born Americans won't do.
In my opinion this is a falacy. Unfortunately, as we all know, the legislators have been stymied in their sincere efforts to enact laws, either granting amnesty to all those unlawfully in the US, deny any priviledges to any of them, or something in-between.
Even thethousand guest worker per year provision has met with controversy. In the meantime, nothing is being done, except some insignificant enforcement at our borders. In my part of the country, there are massive demonstrations, sometimes overpeople, who want legislation making these 20m people "legal".
It is just a matter of time, if not already, that some of these illegals will get jobs in the Ellenville-Wawarsing Town of Wawarsing area. When that happens, all of Mr. Krulicks notions about jobs replacing jobs, will become moot.
It's all about competition. To correct injustices, Congress has just increased the minimum wage substantially.
Taking the earned income credit, can guarantee a low or moderate income employee, an increase in revenue albeit thanks to the gov't. But one thing is for sure, with the loss of factories in your area, there is the certainly of fewer being employed, and even fewer jobs job losses in related and cottage industries.
From afar, I wish the Farmer's Market great success. I hope it attracts people from other areas. To respond to one of Steve's arguments against a large box store's employees tactics. I recall that when I worked for the US Gov't, one of the criteria for advancement was the ability to "Move around".E Van Buren St Millstadt, Illinois.
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