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      11-27-2007, 06:36 PM   #74
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Originally Posted by dr325i View Post
I would be glad to explain it to you. Here are some of benefits (just a few):
1) Job security (in general)
2) Benefits
3) Future
4) Customer acceptance
5) opportunities within
6) Job and progress training
7) career alignment
8) worldwide presence and transfers
9) employee satisfaction

I am glad you do understand that WM is a top company, what you missed to understand is that the people you deal at walmart are most likely same level as you are. The people that lead the company and who really enjoy the 100 thing are behing, with the degrees or with years of service.
You also fail to understand that the consumer sales company is very different from the Semiconductors or technology fortune company...

Also, what you really fail to understand is that more you reply here, the more you show how empty you are and prove what I typed in my first reply to your attack...


What you fail to understand, chief, is that I know all about the benefits of working for a Fortune company. I'm explaining to you, simpleton, that it's not an impressive claim to say you work for one. You're not special for it. You're still just as boring and unintelligent as ever.

In case you hadn't noticed, people around here aren't sticking up for you... Are you still so sure you've 'proven' anything about anyone, at all?
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