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Oh, wow, $18 an hour and benefits. Just what I've been looking for. Are they completely mad or just out of touch with reality?
Is that rate about 20 years ago? No wonder all these people just stay home collecting unemployment or work at Burger King $15 hour.
Complete highjack of the post but I haven't been able to post a photo separately. This is a picture of a tractor that I thought you might like. It's at a winery in North Georgia that we visited last week.
It's not just the surveying business that is having trouble finding employees. I was chatting with an attorney this morning who was complaining about not being able to find young lawyers to join his well-established firm. I can remember when there five lawyers working where there are now two. He mentioned a nearby city that had gone from 13 down to three today. They are working very long hours to help the community. The one I was meeting with has more money than he can ever spend and is willing to take time to train young ones. The problem is he has trained dozens of them of the decades and all but one have either moved on to metropolitan areas or are now judges.
The local walmart regional distribution center is advertising for warehouse workers.
$26.75/hr + $3000 sign on bonus.