$20,000 a year for college athletes, their education, is barely above the poverty level.
Not to mention that most student-athletes on full ride have two full-time jobs.
Their full academic load and their full-time athletic load, both taking 40 hours each on the average.
And many also work at a paying job through the University .
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Yes, others will go; they won't miss me. But I feel better not patronizing them given their business practices.
I do understand for the struggling poor among us, WalMart offers a lot of value. I just don't like how they do it. And perhaps there would be fewer struggling poor if WalMart paid a bit more