Finding work in the Grand Banana Republic (good luck)

Posted: July 14, 2010 in Current events
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“When Laurie-Ellen Shumaker, 59, was laid off from her job as a lawyer for a shopping center in January of 2009, she assumed she would be hired again in no time. In addition to her impressive resume, which includes a degree from a top-tier law school and 23 years of legal experience, she has always been actively recruited for positions. But in the past year-and-a-half, Shumaker says she has applied to over a thousand jobs — everything from secretary to file clerk to daycare worker — and she has yet to be called for an interview…” Read rest of article here… Meanwhile, hordes of foreign workers, legal and illegal, insourced and outsourced, march in through the fake peraly gates of the GBR…

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