Originally Posted by dirk digler
Now that I think about it we have a couple of the handicapped kids that get carts etc.
Which I think is a good thing IMO that Wal Mart hires them. But that is probably 1% of their employees per store the rest are just normal people.
I'm not saying they're employing a huge amount of challenged people, I'm just saying that some of the people that work there, either because of physical or mental issues, would have a very difficult time finding employment elsewhere.
I think even fast food or restaurant work would be too much for some. I've seen them, I worked at a Wal Mart. They had some sort of social worker bring them down and check on them, help them get acclimated, etc.
They also work the truck unloading crew.