awkwardsoul35 karma2014-07-20 03:38:17 UTC
The prices in this youtube video going through a Nunavut Grocery store from 4 years ago still accurate today? Or has it gone up? http://youtu.be/Hz0YYkvG_Lg
Yikes, $25 for laundry soap?! $7 for a bag of chips?
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awkwardsoul31 karma2014-08-08 03:01:18 UTC
/Rolls down window
AAYYYYYY GURL CAN I BUY YOU A DRANK?
awkwardsoul11 karma2014-08-30 20:28:02 UTC
It is pretty low pay, especially for having a undergrad degree but unfortunately accurate.
I'm originally from BC Canada, psych BA and worked similar jobs and got paid $19 - $22 an hour with extended health benefits.
Now I'm living in California and it seems $10-$14 seems the standard. With that said, I've decided to change fields because screw that that low pay for all the work stress. (edit, words)
awkwardsoul9 karma2014-08-08 03:02:23 UTC
In all seriousness, love you guys! I hope to visit Korea soon and visit your coffee shop. Please have good loose leaf tea.
awkwardsoul4 karma2014-05-12 08:43:01 UTC
Canada is not considered a melting pot - we are a mosaic.
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