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Middle-class needy now turning to food pantries | The Columbus Dispatch

There are 167 comments on the Columbus Dispatch story from Nov 24, 2010, titled Middle-class needy now turning to food pantries | The Columbus Dispatch. In it, Columbus Dispatch reports that:

Irene Botsko, left, collects food with her son, Shaun Newcomer, and volunteer Gloria Woodard at Lutheran Social Services' food pantry.

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arghhh

Dublin, OH

#171 Dec 2, 2010
Reality wrote:
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Yea, my friend with her engineering degree finally found employment, at Macy's for minimum wage.
well if she had gotten it from a reputible college she wouldnt have a problem. but alot of degree's (devry, Uof Phoenix online, etc) arent worth the paper they are printed on
shut up

Columbus, OH

#172 Dec 3, 2010
arghhh wrote:
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well if she had gotten it from a reputible college she wouldnt have a problem. but alot of degree's (devry, Uof Phoenix online, etc) arent worth the paper they are printed on
You really need to go somewhere and sit down and shut up....
Jackass
arghhh

Dublin, OH

#173 Dec 3, 2010
shut up wrote:
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You really need to go somewhere and sit down and shut up....
Jackass
did i step on toes?
Right Wing Lunatic

Garden City, NY

#174 Dec 3, 2010
arghhh wrote:
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well if she had gotten it from a reputible college she wouldnt have a problem. but alot of degree's (devry, Uof Phoenix online, etc) arent worth the paper they are printed on
That's better than not having a degree at all.
arghhh

Dublin, OH

#175 Dec 3, 2010
Right Wing Lunatic wrote:
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That's better than not having a degree at all.
not actually, i know people in HR who throw away those applications all just the same as those with out a degree.
Honestly

United States

#176 Dec 3, 2010
Experience speaks more loudly than a degree. If you have real-world proof you can do the job, I'm more likely to hire you over a fresh graduate whose only proof is a piece of paper.
Rich Sagall

Rockport, MA

#177 Dec 7, 2010
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