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Nortonville, KY

#1 Jul 5, 2012
anyone know of some places currently hiring?
Bob

United States

#2 Jul 6, 2012
Yes.
HLC

Somerset, KY

#3 Jul 6, 2012
Pepsi MidAmericais offering opportunity

-Opportunity for long term employment and the chance not only to have a job, but build a career.
-Opportunity to learn and gain new skills and knowledge.
-Opportunity for promotions and increased responsibility.
-Excellent benefits including insurance, paid vacation & holidays, and 401K retirement programs.
-Excellent training programs.

Since: Jul 12

Murray, KY

#4 Jul 10, 2012
what is this pepsi mid america business? what exactly would i be doing?
Customer

Clarkston, MI

#5 Jul 10, 2012
Pella is hiring through Manpower.
Janet

Murray, KY

#6 Jul 10, 2012
pepsi always hiring they can't keep people,its not a very good place to work.
tim

Owensboro, KY

#7 Jul 10, 2012
Military is always hiring
jobie job

Murray, KY

#8 Jul 10, 2012
I noticed CA Jones is hiring a temp 6 week position starting in August in the newspaper. I heard that is a great place to work and the pay is good for this area.
Janet

Murray, KY

#9 Jul 10, 2012
if u call 8 and hour good lol
tim

Owensboro, KY

#10 Jul 10, 2012
If you call it "8 and hour" that's probably a very well paying job for you.
oxymoron

Murray, KY

#11 Jul 10, 2012
LOL!
Janet

Murray, KY

#12 Jul 10, 2012
tim why are you a Liar,I make 3 times that,know the fact before you open your fly hole.
Solution

Murray, KY

#13 Jul 10, 2012
Wow, you "sleepers" really show your true colors don't ya? The way I see it, eight dollars an hour is better than nothing. Since you cannot construct proper sentences Janet, I have tried to explain from a mathematical point of view. Here's is a visual example assuming you can count to 10.

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10....

8 ? 0

8 > 0
Janet

Murray, KY

#14 Jul 10, 2012
Solution we know you show your true colors and it BROWN,meaning your a shithole as_shole
IgotJanet

Murray, KY

#15 Jul 10, 2012
LOL, glad I can get under someone's skin because they are too quick to admit how wrong and incompetent they really are. Here's your sign! Have a nice day!
IgotJanet

Murray, KY

#16 Jul 10, 2012
Janet wrote:
Solution we know you show your true colors and it BROWN,meaning your a shithole as_shole
Let me part with a closing gift. A years supply of tissue and diapers.
Just the facts

United States

#17 Jul 10, 2012
I predict that if (when) the package store vote is approved on July 17 there will be at least 4 maybe 5 liquor stores allowed in Murray. Could be 6 but I doubt it.

Once the new owners are approved they will either build or rent new space. New jobs will be created for building.

Lets say there are 5 new stores approved. That's 5 new owners/managers, 5 new asst. managers and 2-5 store clerks for each store... maybe more depending on store size.

So I figure the liquor voter (if approved) will create a max. of 65 new jobs (package stores only) maybe a few more at first. The owners will get rich, the store manager unless he/she is the owner will do okay, but the store clerks will not fair so well, unless they work over 40 hrs. Some of those jobs will be part time and probably filled by college kids. So the package stores won't be a big job creater.

The stores will do a "bang-up" business for the first 3-6 months then as business levels off some of the new hires will be laid off. It's just business and the way it is.

Paris, Fulton and Paducah will lose some business, but Murray will not get the business it could if these towns did not already have package stores.

Also if Benton or Marshall County also approves that will cut into Murrays's business. So in the end it will be mostly people from Murray and the college kids to keep the store going. And that will probably do just fine.

Oh, I forgot Mayfield doesn't have package stores do they? So theres more business for Murray, but Fulton and Paducah are as close. However, if Murray approves, then Mayfield will follow soon... wait and see.

So... in the end how many "good full time jobs" will be created... 10 maybe 20... the rest will be part time.

I will be very interested in the outcome 6 months down the road. Like I said, the new owners will get rich... seen it happen, but it won't be a big new job creater. It might be more than I have predicted, depending on the final number of stores.

The total stores will be 4 or 5 as Murray can handle only so many. But, we'll see!!!!!

Hey... this is just a guess, I could be way off... up or down. But, time will tell.
HaHaHaHa

United States

#18 Jul 10, 2012
Just the facts wrote:
I predict that if (when) the package store vote is approved on July 17 there will be at least 4 maybe 5 liquor stores allowed in Murray. Could be 6 but I doubt it.
Once the new owners are approved they will either build or rent new space. New jobs will be created for building.
Lets say there are 5 new stores approved. That's 5 new owners/managers, 5 new asst. managers and 2-5 store clerks for each store... maybe more depending on store size.
So I figure the liquor voter (if approved) will create a max. of 65 new jobs (package stores only) maybe a few more at first. The owners will get rich, the store manager unless he/she is the owner will do okay, but the store clerks will not fair so well, unless they work over 40 hrs. Some of those jobs will be part time and probably filled by college kids. So the package stores won't be a big job creater.
The stores will do a "bang-up" business for the first 3-6 months then as business levels off some of the new hires will be laid off. It's just business and the way it is.
Paris, Fulton and Paducah will lose some business, but Murray will not get the business it could if these towns did not already have package stores.
Also if Benton or Marshall County also approves that will cut into Murrays's business. So in the end it will be mostly people from Murray and the college kids to keep the store going. And that will probably do just fine.
Oh, I forgot Mayfield doesn't have package stores do they? So theres more business for Murray, but Fulton and Paducah are as close. However, if Murray approves, then Mayfield will follow soon... wait and see.
So... in the end how many "good full time jobs" will be created... 10 maybe 20... the rest will be part time.
I will be very interested in the outcome 6 months down the road. Like I said, the new owners will get rich... seen it happen, but it won't be a big new job creater. It might be more than I have predicted, depending on the final number of stores.
The total stores will be 4 or 5 as Murray can handle only so many. But, we'll see!!!!!
Hey... this is just a guess, I could be way off... up or down. But, time will tell.
I don't care Im just tired of driving out of town to buy this legal product!
Shane Walsh

Albany, GA

#19 Jul 10, 2012
Just the facts wrote:
I predict that if (when) the package store vote is approved on July 17 there will be at least 4 maybe 5 liquor stores allowed in Murray. Could be 6 but I doubt it.

Once the new owners are approved they will either build or rent new space. New jobs will be created for building.

Lets say there are 5 new stores approved. That's 5 new owners/managers, 5 new asst. managers and 2-5 store clerks for each store... maybe more depending on store size.

So I figure the liquor voter (if approved) will create a max. of 65 new jobs (package stores only) maybe a few more at first. The owners will get rich, the store manager unless he/she is the owner will do okay, but the store clerks will not fair so well, unless they work over 40 hrs. Some of those jobs will be part time and probably filled by college kids. So the package stores won't be a big job creater.

The stores will do a "bang-up" business for the first 3-6 months then as business levels off some of the new hires will be laid off. It's just business and the way it is.

Paris, Fulton and Paducah will lose some business, but Murray will not get the business it could if these towns did not already have package stores.

Also if Benton or Marshall County also approves that will cut into Murrays's business. So in the end it will be mostly people from Murray and the college kids to keep the store going. And that will probably do just fine.

Oh, I forgot Mayfield doesn't have package stores do they? So theres more business for Murray, but Fulton and Paducah are as close. However, if Murray approves, then Mayfield will follow soon... wait and see.

So... in the end how many "good full time jobs" will be created... 10 maybe 20... the rest will be part time.

I will be very interested in the outcome 6 months down the road. Like I said, the new owners will get rich... seen it happen, but it won't be a big new job creater. It might be more than I have predicted, depending on the final number of stores.

The total stores will be 4 or 5 as Murray can handle only so many. But, we'll see!!!!!

Hey... this is just a guess, I could be way off... up or down. But, time will tell.
Youve got to consider Walmart, Kroger and the three big pharmacies. Those will cut into the allowable licenses, and create no jobs in the process.
Just the facts

United States

#20 Jul 11, 2012
Shane Walsh wrote:
<quoted text>
Youve got to consider Walmart, Kroger and the three big pharmacies. Those will cut into the allowable licenses, and create no jobs in the process.
These places you mention will not be selling liqour or wine... however, they probably will sell beer.

I am not sure but I don't think Kentucky law allows the sale of wine in grogery stores. If it does it won't cut the number of licenses, but it will cut sales in the liquor/wine stores.

Also I am not sure if Kentucky allows the sale of beer in the same store that sell wine/liquor... I know they don't in Tennessee or the sale of wine in grocery stores... both stupid laws, but that's the way it is until changed.

Can someone answer these questions.

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