McDonalds: Bachelor's to be a cashier

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They also advertise in Spanish, bet the gringo is held to higher standards..

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-The-Artist- wrote:
http://washingtonexaminer.com/ mcdonalds-want-ad-demands-bach elors-degree-two-years-experie nce-for-cashier/article/252614 5
They also advertise in Spanish, bet the gringo is held to higher standards..
I doubt even then that they can make correct change.

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Apr 3, 2013
 
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I doubt even then that they can make correct change.
I stopped for gas once in Ft. Stockton Tx. I filled up and handed the guy a $50 bill. He kept hemming and hawing around and handing me all kinds of ridiculous money. I finally made change for myself and went on down the road laughing my ass off.

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I stopped for gas once in Ft. Stockton Tx. I filled up and handed the guy a $50 bill. He kept hemming and hawing around and handing me all kinds of ridiculous money. I finally made change for myself and went on down the road laughing my ass off.
Funny...and whatever you do, don't hand them extra change to ease their change-making abilities.
It doesn't...anymore.

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-The-Artist- wrote:
http://washingtonexaminer.com/ mcdonalds-want-ad-demands-bach elors-degree-two-years-experie nce-for-cashier/article/252614 5
They also advertise in Spanish, bet the gringo is held to higher standards..
It's a full-time position. Sounds like going for management trainees.

I'll wager that their regular counter-clerks are not full-time positions.

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Actually the requirements are for a bachelors degree in "minority studies" if you know what I mean, and proof of a degree is not required...just the say so of having one is sufficient. Because having to prove you're qualified by supplying documentation is 'ray ciss.' And you definitely know what I mean by that!
Sure do, pal.

And you would would be exhibit #1.
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Sure do, pal.
And you would would be exhibit #1.
A few years back a Huntington teller was cashiers a large check and was counting back the money ,$20,40,60,80 as she was distributing $50 bills. The recipient went to her job bragging about thefew extra grand she recieved. Luckily my friend was her co worker who made me aware of the situation that I reported. With surveillance video we were able to prove the client recieved the overage which she had to repay.

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I don't see any benefit to the do gooder. Huntington though has no been a bad bank to me. Fifth Turd and Chase always forget that money on deposit ish my money not theirs, hence I no longer have money in either company. The last straw for fifth turd was when I had three accounts none ever went below the high end of 6 figures and I was told that I needed to keep a five hundred minimum balance in a forth joint checking account I was opening or it would have a fee every month. I didn't open the account and closed the other three as soon as all checks cleared .
I was gettng calls all day long from their home office for months after that.
I bank at a community bank and have never been charged any type of fee. Huntington sends me some kind of offer weekly. I just ignore them and stay where I am, although I don't even live in that town now.
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I have a car loan through Huntington. It was the lowest loan rate when I bought my car in Dublin. Damn do I regret going with them. I'm almost through my first payment book. I've called them, emailed them, written them, updated my address multiple times, but they still have yet to send me my second payment book. I'm sure when I send a payment in without a payment slip from my repayment book that payment will magically disappear and they won't get it. They are a horrible bank. Fifth third is just as bad.

In the south we have Wells Fargo. They treat their employees like crap. When I first moved here to South Carolina I had an account with them. I saw a manager berate a young girl who was a teller in front of everyone. I immediately walked over to the manager and said "I need to speak with you". I said "I don't do business with people who treat their employees poorly." I withdrew all my money from my savings and checking account then notified the regional manager of what I saw and why I closed my account. I now bank with a smaller bank that treats their employees with a little more respect.
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Srotaredomtihstae Spook wrote:
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I don't see any benefit to the do gooder. Huntington though has no been a bad bank to me. Fifth Turd and Chase always forget that money on deposit ish my money not theirs, hence I no longer have money in either company. The last straw for fifth turd was when I had three accounts none ever went below the high end of 6 figures and I was told that I needed to keep a five hundred minimum balance in a forth joint checking account I was opening or it would have a fee every month. I didn't open the account and closed the other three as soon as all checks cleared .
I was gettng calls all day long from their home office for months after that.
Three accounts each containing the high end of 6 figures... sure Spooky, sure. Whatever you say.

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Three accounts each containing the high end of 6 figures... sure Spooky, sure. Whatever you say.
If that claim seems incredulous to you, then you don't much about investors and operators in the oil & gas industry. Great risk can lead to great reward.

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Three accounts each containing the high end of 6 figures... sure Spooky, sure. Whatever you say.
Typical leftist...you have no idea of how a small business operates.
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When I first moved here to South Carolina I had an account with them. I saw a manager berate a young girl who was a teller in front of everyone. I immediately walked over to the manager and said "I need to speak with you". I said "I don't do business with people who treat their employees poorly." I withdrew all my money from my savings and checking account then notified the regional manager of what I saw and why I closed my account.
Sure you did.

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I have a car loan through Huntington. It was the lowest loan rate when I bought my car in Dublin. Damn do I regret going with them. I'm almost through my first payment book. I've called them, emailed them, written them, updated my address multiple times, but they still have yet to send me my second payment book. I'm sure when I send a payment in without a payment slip from my repayment book that payment will magically disappear and they won't get it. They are a horrible bank. Fifth third is just as bad.
In the south we have Wells Fargo. They treat their employees like crap. When I first moved here to South Carolina I had an account with them. I saw a manager berate a young girl who was a teller in front of everyone. I immediately walked over to the manager and said "I need to speak with you". I said "I don't do business with people who treat their employees poorly." I withdrew all my money from my savings and checking account then notified the regional manager of what I saw and why I closed my account. I now bank with a smaller bank that treats their employees with a little more respect.
Good for you!

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If that claim seems incredulous to you, then you don't much about investors and operators in the oil & gas industry. Great risk can lead to great reward.
Keeping close to $3 mil in savings accounts is not high risk.

It is low risk.

And low reward.
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Keeping close to $3 mil in savings accounts is not high risk.
It is low risk.
And low reward.
Could be high risk since only the first $250K is insured by FDIC.
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Could be high risk since only the first $250K is insured by FDIC.
When the SHTF, the FDIC won't mean a thing, whether you have $250 or $250,000 in an account. There's $13 trillion in assets in the nation's banks with 55% of that concentrated in just FOUR of them: Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citibank. The FDIC has roughly $400 billion on hand. No way will that cover every account under $250,000.

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Hugh Victor Thompson III wrote:
<quoted text>When the SHTF, the FDIC won't mean a thing, whether you have $250 or $250,000 in an account. There's $13 trillion in assets in the nation's banks with 55% of that concentrated in just FOUR of them: Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citibank. The FDIC has roughly $400 billion on hand. No way will that cover every account under $250,000.
If you have 250,000 bullets, it will matter when WROL happens.

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