Wal-Mart saw a need for a mass low price outlet and put together a business plan that brilliantly filled that need. Consumers benefited and their patronage provided for rapid growth of the company and the labor force necessary to operate it. These jobs provide opportunities for people supplementing their family's income or needing to gain work experience before moving to higher paying positions. Some who haven't prepared themselves for higher paying positions have a job for a longer period of time.
The primary beneficiaries of this business plan are consumers and the economy, yet there are those who seek to change the business plan in the name of "fairness" which is never defined. I would ask fairness to whom?
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