Let me just ask a few questions- How much would the employees of Walmart cost the state of CA if they didn't have that job? How much would a loaf of bread cost at Walmart if they were forced to pay their employees more/provide benefits? Is it possible that Walmart employees average 31% less in wages than employees at other retailers because of the sheer number of them, thus skewing the average greatly? What would happen to the US economy if there was no Walmart? In today's economic climate is Walmart a necessary evil? Is this just more senseless Walmart is the debil boogeyman bashing?
These are the questions that popped up in my mind as I read the article.
Not sure how accurate this is, but I found it interesting nonetheless