Target has announced that it will begin paying the college tuition and textbook …


Target has announced that it will begin paying the college tuition and textbook expenses for its US-based part-time and full-time employees who attend select schools. The retail giant is following the lead of other large US companies offering more benefits to attract and retain talent in a tight job market. Starting as early as their first day on the job, more than 340,000 employees at Target stores and distribution centers will now be able to choose from 250 programs at over 40 schools and universities across the country, and they won’t have to pay a dollar, Target said. Tap the link in our bio to learn more.⁠

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  1. They have to follow Walmart, they don’t want to stay behind, if Walmart wasn’t doing it they would never ever do that..

  2. No. Just tax these corporations more and community college free for all, and let people choose what to go to school for. Most people who work for these chains are transitory employees pursuing dreams in something completely different that their employment. Allowing these companies to pay for their programs will also allow them to choose what employees will go to school for. These companies see a movement coming their way and always attack preemptively.

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