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Unemployed Face Job Discrimination

More and more companies are requiring job applicants to already have a job. What do you think?

  • "Makes sense to me. At my all-you-can-eat restaurant, we require you to show up full."

    Colin Wierzbowski
  • "As the head of a company myself, yes, I'd prefer that applicants already have jobs. Either that, or no work experience, an Ivy League diploma, and an entitled, overly confident attitude."

    Wendy Van Leuwen
  • "And here I thought the trouble was me being a disabled, sixty-year-old black man."

    Rufus Lydecker