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So just how competitive is it out there in the job market?? One McDonald's restaurant is requiring a college degree for a cashier's job! That's right...one franchise in Massachusetts posted an ad this week...looking for a full-time cashier. The candidate has to have a bachelor's degree and two years' experience. Youth advocates said the ad is proof of how bad the employment situation is for kids. The ad promises opportunities to move up quickly, and there is an advertisement for a management position with a $10-an-hour salary.

 

This one is for all you dog lovers...a dog at a Texas animal shelter is extra special. Did you hear it? His name is Domino... Maybe his special ability is what got him adopted...he was taken to his new home earlier this week.

 

And, looking to spruce up your living room? All it takes...are some balls! This is a how-to-video for those who like to live life on the fun side. A young couple can be seen clearing their minuscule Manhattan sized living room, and setting up a rather large ball pit comprised of over 8,000 balls. Forget the glass of red wine after work; THIS is how you relax after the daily grind!

 

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