An article on Sunday about the reasons iPhones are largely produced overseas omitted a passage immediately after the second continuation, from Page A22 to Page A23, in one edition. The full passage should have read: “Another critical advantage for Apple was that China provided engineers at a scale the United States could not match. Apple’s executives had estimated that about 8,700 industrial engineers were needed to oversee and guide the 200,000 assembly-line workers eventually involved in manufacturing iPhones. The company’s analysts had forecast it would take as long as nine months to find that many qualified engineers in the United States.”
It must be for a different state. I live in Minnesota and have a 5th degree controlled substance drug felony for 1 controlled pill that wasn’t my prescription found in my vehicle when I was pulled over for a DWI for drinking in 2011. It’s a pain in the ass trying to get any kind of employment. I’ve been turned down by Walgreens, Kmart, Home Depot, Family Dollar, Ace Hardware and All State Insurance Company and they all said it was all because of my felony that disqualified me. I have over 10 years of customer service experience, clerk experience and am knowledgeable with computers. So that is a straight up bullshit list.