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lee

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May 27, 2011
 

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My wife and I may be moving here this fall and she has worked at a Walmart in another area. Anybody familiar with the pay scale in the this area? She has been with walmart for 12 years.
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

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May 27, 2011
 

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Top pay for a long term employee in a non management position would be $11.40 an hour.
Slick

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May 27, 2011
 
Starting is about $8 an hour. If she has been out of Wally world for a while they may not want to give her credit for her previous employment. It would help if she has a reference from a manager at her last place. Good Luck!
Anti-Troll

Daytona Beach, FL

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May 29, 2011
 

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lee wrote:
My wife and I may be moving here this fall and she has worked at a Walmart in another area. Anybody familiar with the pay scale in the this area? She has been with walmart for 12 years.
Don't listen to the other two liars, pay will be minimum wage and part time (lucky to get 20 hours) unless they need management and employee qualifies, but again may not be 40 hours.
I've heard many newcomers here in the "My I Help You" sector complain of having to work 3 part time jobs here just to get by.(been written up in the local paper too)
Remember it's not what you know, but 'who' you know, fact of life.

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May 29, 2011
 
Anti-Troll wrote:
<quoted text>Don't listen to the other two liars, pay will be minimum wage and part time (lucky to get 20 hours) unless they need management and employee qualifies, but again may not be 40 hours.
I've heard many newcomers here in the "My I Help You" sector complain of having to work 3 part time jobs here just to get by.(been written up in the local paper too)
Remember it's not what you know, but 'who' you know, fact of life.
You must work at Target.
Slick

Port Orange, FL

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May 29, 2011
 
Anti-idiot doesn't even know what minimum wage is - brain burned out from drinking all that aftershave. Very few, if any, jobs here start at less than $8 an hour - some are more. Still - that is not a living wage. Hopefully your wife will do a little better than that - perhaps $8.50 or so. As I said - Good Luck!
smbrate

New Port Richey, FL

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#7
Jan 1, 2012
 
at my walmart they start out at around 8-9 dollars an hour. it depends..the store on the other side of town hires for a little more, but if you go down south, you'll start out lower. it depends on where you live, the area and what your work record is...i started off at $9.80 4 years ago..
melissa

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Oct 15, 2012
 
I worked at a Texas Walmart and I made 7.45 an hour and worked so few hours I couldnt afford the gas anymore. It sucks. Its the most successful business on earth and they dont pay employees nearly what they could afford to delve out.
mac

Texas City, TX

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Oct 22, 2012
 
melissa wrote:
I worked at a Texas Walmart and I made 7.45 an hour and worked so few hours I couldnt afford the gas anymore. It sucks. Its the most successful business on earth and they dont pay employees nearly what they could afford to delve out.
U only speak the truth. I wish they would pay more.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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#10
Oct 31, 2012
 
Use Walmart while you're bettering your life with more education or even a trade school. There are government programs out there for UNEMPLOYED and UNDEREMPLOYED but it's up to you to get it done. No one is going to hand it to you and we don't OWE you a living garanteed wage just for breathing air and taking up space. Walmart and these low paying jobs should be a stopping off point,not a final destination!
Mr Farquar

Niceville, FL

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Nov 28, 2012
 
melissa wrote:
I worked at a Texas Walmart and I made 7.45 an hour and worked so few hours I couldnt afford the gas anymore. It sucks. Its the most successful business on earth and they dont pay employees nearly what they could afford to delve out.
Yes Melissa, Wal-Mart is a bunch of cheap bastards. They won't give up ANYTHING to help employees live better. If they started people at $15 an hour they wouldn't even notice it. Its all changed after Sam Waltons death. Sam wouldn't buy anything from overseas sweat shops.
I knew a man in S.C. who made $80 K a year driving a wal-mart truck over the road. That was back in the day when Sam was alive, and in the 70's.I bet they don't make near that today. I wonder how they sleep?
ThomasA

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Nov 30, 2012
 
Mr Farquar wrote:
<quoted text>Yes Melissa, Wal-Mart is a bunch of cheap bastards. They won't give up ANYTHING to help employees live better. If they started people at $15 an hour they wouldn't even notice it. Its all changed after Sam Waltons death. Sam wouldn't buy anything from overseas sweat shops.
I knew a man in S.C. who made $80 K a year driving a wal-mart truck over the road. That was back in the day when Sam was alive, and in the 70's.I bet they don't make near that today. I wonder how they sleep?
If they paid $15.00 an hour, they could expect $15.00 worth of work out of the employees BUT if you look close, the ,majority of Walmart employees walk around in a daze,occuping space,breathing good air and are not capable of that level of work! The few GOOD employees have to pull the weight of the sluggards.
Mr Farquar

Niceville, FL

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Dec 2, 2012
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>If they paid $15.00 an hour, they could expect $15.00 worth of work out of the employees BUT if you look close, the ,majority of Walmart employees walk around in a daze,occuping space,breathing good air and are not capable of that level of work! The few GOOD employees have to pull the weight of the sluggards.
Well, yeah. For $ 7 or 8 an hour thats what you get ! and apparently thats all Wally wants.
ThomasA

Birmingham, AL

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Mr Farquar wrote:
<quoted text>Well, yeah. For $ 7 or 8 an hour thats what you get ! and apparently thats all Wally wants.
The employees fit the class of clientele that shop there!
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Dec 3, 2012
 
The employees probably used to work for better employers that took pride in their business too until WalMart, with the help of the corrupt government, ran them out of business.
ThomasA

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RecUser wrote:
The employees probably used to work for better employers that took pride in their business too until WalMart, with the help of the corrupt government, ran them out of business.
HEY!!! Stand in front of a mirror when you point the finger of blame on what happened in America. When Sam Walton was alive,he offered both domestic and inported. The American consumer turned their backs on domestic products to save a few pennies so the stores stocked what the consumer was buying. It didn't bother people until the trickle down effect came to rest in their home towns closing down mills and factories putting their relatives and families out of work. We,as in YOU and ME caused the problems and WE are the only ones that can turn the situation around. STOP BUYING CHINESE and imported crap that's made by slave and child labor with toxic paints and chemicals that will affect you down the road. WAKE UP PEOPLE, or be content with your Chinese Christmas tree decorated with Chinese lights and decorations with all the Chinese toys and gifts wrapped in Chinese paper and ribbons. The sound of Santa in the night has been replaced by the thump of the THOUSANDS of ship containers of imported crap that hit our sea docks weekly. Those products could be made here but if you're happy with imported instead of American made, Sheng Dan Kaui Le!
let em go

Niceville, FL

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Dec 4, 2012
 
ThomasA wrote:
<quoted text>The employees fit the class of clientele that shop there!
Oh I do so wish Macys and Nemin Marcus sold toothpaste and blood pressure medicene so Thomas and I wouldn't have to mingle with the clientele that shops at wal-mart.
ThomasA

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Dec 4, 2012
 
let em go wrote:
<quoted text>Oh I do so wish Macys and Nemin Marcus sold toothpaste and blood pressure medicene so Thomas and I wouldn't have to mingle with the clientele that shops at wal-mart.
They're called Walmartians as seen on "People Of Walmart". Take a look!
Joe

Lady Lake, FL

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You may want to watch a documentary called Walmart the low cost of living at a high price. It's the real story of what happened after Sam Walton passed away!
AAT

Leechburg, PA

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Jan 15, 2013
 
WOW..."ThomasA" and "let em go" I'll pray for your compassion for the less fortunate HUMANS on our earth.
FYI...I personally look for America made items. I used to be able to afford to buy American, can't do it much anymore. My life has changed because of illness in my family and greediness in my employer. While they walk around in their floor length fur coats (mind you, I wouldn't own a fur coat, regardless)and drive around in their BMW's and Mercedes' and Saabs...they come into an office, where the true hard workers spend their days AND for peanut wages, they are "let go" because the company can't afford to keep them any longer. Because you know, if they did keep the poor pheasants and paid them their pennies a day, the big wigs wouldn't get their bonus' for "their" hard work. I know because I've been there. The "dollar stores" are so busy these days for a reason. The reason is grown adults with responsibilities are being paid $7.45 an hour and are expected to pay household bills and buy food and clothing for families and just try to have money left over for expensive medications when health coverage isn't available for them. If you think that you're exempt from a terrible situation, think again. You may be faced someday with having to not only shop at Walmart or a dollar store but possibly work there, also. What a rude awakening that would be for either one of you. But...not to worry you may never be faced with that but rest assured you will face GOD someday...what will you say to him????

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