Nope. It's this attitude that allows these scumbag companies to continue to treat workers like dirt. Between this and walmart asking employees to provide co-workers with charity you get a sense of just how little these companies care about their employees.
Some of the poorest paid people have some of the most physically demanding jobs.
Well companies typically don't care about their employees. Especially huge companies that have millions of shareholders to please.
It sucks, I know, but that's just what capitalist America has become.
Regardless, anybody can pick up a newspaper or go to monster.com and browse through thousands and thousands of job openings.
If I drive through a commercial area, a lot of the restaurants and stores have "help wanted" signs out front. People truly have no excuse for not having a job or being unhappy.
A big problem is that too many people either can't pass a pi*s test, or they'd rather sit on their butt and wait for the government to give them everything they need. Sure companies are becoming more powerful by the day, but the traditional American motto of working hard to be successful is all but gone.