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Does having a college degree automatically provide an increase in hourly wage?

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  • This is legitimate question if you're living in 2019 but unfortunately no.

  • No, it does not. I work at an Amazon warehouse. The Amazon employees got a raise to $15.00 an hour. We don't see ANY of that because the branch I work for, I am almost 100% certain is pocketing the money.

  • No, guards gets paid depending on clients site. There degree may help them in time of a promotion such as going from a guard to a supervisor/ field supervisor or lead officer.

  • No it does not.

  • No it doesn't ""

  • No and it might hurt you because it’s a high school rotc grad or recently discharged from military kind of job. Jobs only pay if you are licensed to carry or have a clearance.

  • Nope, not at all. It doesn't matter if you graduated from college, you are still equal to everyone else, hence EOE. Now, once you work at a post, you can move up in the company, but degree doesn't determine that, only work ethic and desire to work.

  • No it doesn't, pay is lacking management at home office very poor

  • No. They pay according to each site's contract. So you may get paid $11.50/hr. at one site, then work a day at another site in the same city that pays $13.00/hr. College makes no difference. If you fall asleep on site they remove you from that site and post you somewhere else. They move people around like on a checker board if you need to change hours or location.

  • No, you'll be paid the same as the high school drop outs they have working for them

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