Middle Class Jobs Are Being Replaced By Burger-Flipping, Retail Sales, And Other Lous

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    Middle Class Jobs Are Being Replaced By Burger-Flipping, Retail Sales, And Other Lousy McJobs
    business Insider ^ | 9/4/2012 | Aaron Task

    Middle Class Jobs Are Being Replaced By Burger-Flipping, Retail Sales, And Other Lousy Low-Pay McJobs - Business Insider

     
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    JUst make sure you own the joint where the burgers are being flipped. If your brain can't handle that,make a pattie from mud and grass and get practicing !
    If you can flip 2 handed at the same time you get an extra 50 cents an hour and a free shake every day !!!
     
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    Not that I'm flipping burgers but I can speak from personal experience that this is what is happening across the country. Many went from 6 figure jobs or jobs making over $75,000 to jobs paying $40,000 or less or no job at all. Ask people who used to be employed in the financial field for example.


    The problem with lower level jobs is that when a person who is over qualified for them, yet perfectly willing to accept them, applies, they never get a shot at them. They are valid reasons for that but that is what many middle class people are faced with. Their job is gone, their field has shrunk and no one is willing to hire them.


    So to tell certain people to go flip burgers it isn't always as easy as it sounds.
     
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