Education these days is nothing more than another form of corporate profit and requiring college degrees for even menial jobs is nothing more than a method to force people into a form of indentured servitude.
How's that you say? Well debt == enslavement and where is most people's largest amount of debt outside of their home? Debt which can not be discharged by declaring bankruptcy? Student loans.
Now be a good slave and get in line to get your expensive degree so you can work at McCrapphole corporation.
There was a time when HR was simply an organization that made sure everyone had benefits, but as the years have progressed HR has become an increasingly detrimental behemoth in many corporations; directly getting in the way of finding and hiring good people by utilizing lame algorithms that are supposed to filter up the best candidates.
What is so freaking funny about the whole thing is right now you could be a genius in your field like my wife and not get a single interview due to these crappola job sites that most HR uses these days.
The only reason why my wife is not getting any interviews is because she decided to take some time off after working at a very stressful job in child welfare for 5 years; coincidentally at the time the economy started to tank and at the time HR decided to blanket reject all resumes where the person shows they've been out of work.
So very ridiculous but this is what happens when people who don't understand technology implement it like they are some kind of technological experts and I for one can say without a doubt nobody in any HR group I've ever encountered is a technological genius, much less even technologically savvy.
Obviously NOT because not even the poster RTFA - or at least did not comprehend what is says because the title of this post is 100% inaccurate. The court sided with the government, she will have to decrypt - the court refuses to hear any arguments until either a conviction or aquittal is made in the case.
Forget what I said. the f'ing
Too bad for the restaurants in large cities which get sucked into trying Groupon. You place gets filled for one night with cheapskates, who then move on to the next Groupon deal restaurant the following night, and so on... You f'd over regular customers for a bunch of 20-somthing cheapskates - we have not returned and may not.
The whole point of coupons and specials is to get people to try your restaurant and then come back if the person likes it. However with Groupon I doubt very much this works as the only people using Groupon are the types that are eating at the next local Groupon special as all they care about is the deal.