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Good. Maybe Dolan will be forced to sell.
Waffle House > IHOP
Yes, I overpay in taxes.
I guess we're on equal footing then because now it's unavailable to advantaged and disadvantaged candidates.
Just like if you try to enforce a $15/hour minimum wage on me. If I don't think an employee provides a value to justify their compensation moving...
So you make a regulation that says I cannot hire unpaid interns? Ok, then I just cut that intern program. Now the opportunity isn't available.
Ok, but as a business owner, I don't think that way. And your goal is to get the business owner to think that way? Because when they do, they are...
Then it depends on if I believe the candidate that's going to require 15x the money is worth the return on investment. That's a case-by-case scenario.
I understand the point. I'm not in favor of unpaid work. I'm just stating that I understand why business owners take advantage of it.
The right academic background is what is your major/degree and how applicable is it to what we do.
It depends who the company is and what they have budgeted. It also depends on how much better is the one that's going to cost $15/hour?
Someone who is most qualified? The right academic background, strong communication skills, how well they interview, their demand in the market, etc.
We're talking about candidates vying for paid internships. The best candidates will generally get the most desirable positions. That's a fact.
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