Cerritos College
Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

Cerritos College • Norwalk, Calif.

Talon Marks

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Have you ever wondered what the catch is behind those companies promoting jobs with good pay?

We have all seen drawn tables aligning the walkway between the library and the admissions office.

These companies offer ‘Student’ jobs and promote themselves through adversarial flyers posted on bulletin boards throughout Cerritos College.

Companies that promote wealth such as these have instituted ways of entrapping people into receiving less.

The best form of advertisement is word of mouth; so if fellow students try to sell other students on becoming apart of the company, our instinct is it’s legit because one of our own is apart of it.

Even though it might seem legit, it is falsely represented by those that have entrapped themselves in it.

People believe they will become rich fast but within the struggle to receive low income the understanding is implemented; they have been bought.

Many of these promotional companies function on a pyramid structure.

The pyramid structure is when there is a one head and many subdivisions receiving fewer percentages for their work.

Many companies use the pyramid structure to deprive a way of making money for the distributor as employees suffer only to receive a small percentage of what they work for.

A student should be able to make what is promoted, not what is hidden behind their signature on a contract.

Employees shouldn’t be exploited for the sake of a dollar.

You make what you earn, but in many cases you earn to receive less.

Students should not be gullible to accepting false advertisement.

Is it the fault of the college in allowing these companies to find new recruits? Or is it the fault of the companies, knowing they will take advantage of students?

Students in general, are in need of money to pay for books, loans, bills, etc.

We are an easy target, in that we will commit ourselves to a company that will only pay the responsibility of creating more debt for ourselves.

It might sound like the opportunities presented will take coverage of our financial constraint but it will only create more frustration as we settle for less.

Subsidized with misdirected information, students will situate themselves into accepting “hard work” to pay bills, while companies relax earning interest as if students are an accredited investment guaranteed to make profit.

“It’s not a company, for people who don’t put the effort into it”, as quoted, by business major, Alex Lopez, a former employee of Vector.

As many companies gain control over these employed robots, student workers are just cycling commerce back into the pocket books of the company’s owner.

The pyramid structure is maintained as student workers create it.

As students, we can destroy these evil entities by avoiding the adversarial commitments and seeking work under an institution that will pay for the job. One that will entitle student workers the correct payment for the job being assessed.

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