Throughout the World!
Starbucks CEO, Howard Schultz, announced this as Trump's immigration ban in an open letter to his employees.
These changes will happen within the next 5 years and it will being in the US - focusing on those who have served in the military.
These opportunities will work as a refuge and promise of a better tomorrow to those without hope - feeling from war, poverty, abuse, inhumane circumstances.
Starbucks has its stores all over the world in over 70 countries worldwide.
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The should hire another 10,000 vets or 10,000 American homeless people.
I hope Trump deports all the refugees here before Starbucks can hire any.
I sincerely doubt that's physically and legally possible in such a short span of time.
I know, just some wishful thinking.
His ban will only last 90 days.
@RainbowFanGirl i thought it was 120. I might be wrong, though:
Why not both? They can hire both vets, homeless people and refugees. They are all people who needs a helping hand.
@curiousnorway I'd rather them focus on helping people in our country first.
I'm agree US should be better in helping people. In my opinion US is bad at helping their own population and should focusing more on that as well, but I thinks it's many of the people's fault. Most of them wants a conservative country where it's survival of the fittest model and not a more liberal country with a strong welfare system like Scandinavia. If you're sick, poor and can't afford insurance in the US, you're in really deep trouble. If you're too sick to work in Scandinavia and is a citizen, you would get money to live for from the government. In addition you can get free health care in Scandinavia. Surgeries and all health related things are free in Norway except dentist.
Norway's welfare system:
- Free education
- Free health care
- Disability benefits (It's not insurance. But taxpayers who contribute to the fellowship)
- Parentel leave