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By poormum - / Thursday 17 November 2016 11:41 / Australia - Carlton North
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By  Magnoxidans  |  19

Those jobs are tailored for younger, less-qualified people. Mainly because they assume that all you'll do is work there until you find a job in your field and then leave.

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By  Magnoxidans  |  19

Those jobs are tailored for younger, less-qualified people. Mainly because they assume that all you'll do is work there until you find a job in your field and then leave.

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  nix1993  |  37

Possibly, but if OP has worked for them before then they don't need to train them, they're saving money in that respect. We have this problem in the UK and its usually because they want to hire someone under 21 because the minimum wage is cheaper.

By  Tripartita  |  43

"So how do you think geology degree would help in this line of work?" "Well, a lot of cereal sold in supermarkets is high in iron… and I know that iron ore is predominantly found in sedimentary rocks. So if any cereal needs more iron… and you have some ore, I could… add more." "…" "People also track tiny pebbles in when th—okay, I'll see myself out."

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