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Star Tribune to Target workers: Don't protest holiday hours, be grateful you have a job

A Star Tribune editorial is telling Target workers, some of whom are upset about having to work on Thanksgiving Day so the retailer can open early for Black Friday shoppers, that they should be grateful to have a job in a down economy.
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A Star Tribune editorial is telling Target workers, some of whom are upset about having to work on Thanksgiving Day so the retailer can open early for Black Friday shoppers, that they should be grateful to have a job in a down economy.

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