Foreign students walk off Hershey’s factory job in protest

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    GOOD!! (Hersheys me$$ed up thier candy when they had THE BEST THING GOING!)
     
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    What in hell are so-called students doing holding American jobs?

    If they aren't full-time students they should be deported.
     
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    Cheap labor on J1 visas.

    I posted on this a few days ago.
     
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    Good riddance.
     
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    They key here is were they told this up front or was it a "bait and switch" thing? The article doesn't bother to say. If the former, those whiny brats can take a flying leap. If the latter, IMO they have a legit complaint.

    And that's relevant to the Hershey students walking out because...

    What a poorly written article.
     

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