Work or play?

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12 Responses to Work or play?

  1. thoughts of a blank mind says:

    Nice one again!!!

  2. HR Guru says:

    I couldn’t agree more!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yeah, Absolutely true… nice job…

  4. Jacob says:

    Isn’t the point of the Wal-mart greeters that they are seniors who want to have a job that allows them to get out of the house and make some extra income? They appear to me to love their jobs.

  5. PaulW says:

    I think the guys that love their jobs the most at the supermarket are the Trolley Collecting Cowboys! corralling all those metal steers through the car park must be kinda cool!

    Well, at least once it might be fun!

  6. Pegasus says:

    could not have agreed with you more… i simply hate this plastic smile

  7. Laura says:

    That’s pretty much dead on. Except where would you put “writer” in that?

  8. chunkylimey says:

    I don’t know whether to laugh or cry at the awful truth.

    Put Call Center Operative close to Walmart Greeter.

  9. ACM says:

    nice one. “amateur” could be “hobbyist” too…

  10. ptfreak says:

    I agree with Jacob here. I have seen Walmart greeters run halfway through the store in order to tell somebody “Welcome to Walmart.”

  11. chaoticpi says:

    There are indeed some Wal-Mart greeters who actually love their jobs. Sure they don’t get paid good enough for it but it’s good. And there’s more to door greeting than just saying welcome to wal-mart. I know.