Originally Posted by blaise
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.
Ok fair enough. One thing to keep in mind though is that these people probably don't get many hours, maybe 20 hours a week if they are lucky. They would still need state\federal aid.