Pensioner factory

It does have metal content....
I just saw a documentary called "pensioner factory" about a business in the
US where "the average age of its employees is a staggering 74 years. The
staff consists of 35 pensioners aged between 75 and 96."
The company is called vita needle and they make hyperdermic needles and some
small stainless parts.
I found it interesting & thought maybe some of you guys would too.
Video of their capabilities off their website:
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Looks like the whole doco is here:
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Reply to
Dennis #1
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Everybody knows that employees over the age of 27 are useless.
Santa Claus told me so.
:)
--Winston
Reply to
Winston
Oh ... it's not about a factory that manufactures pensioners. Bob
Reply to
Bob Engelhardt
I had one lady retire at 92 another at 84 and another at 82. The one that retired at 84 started working for my company when she was 14 for a total of 70 years on the job.
Reply to
Tom Gardner
If the staff is comprised of people aged between 75 and 86, how can the average age be 74?
Reply to
Don Foreman
In addition to the "35 pensioners aged between 75 and 96" there are other employees
Reply to
jim
Because only the "pensioners" are between 75 and 96. The rest of the employees, the non-pensioners, are younger than 75.
Reply to
Steve Ackman
The scariest thing is, there WILL be a test!
Reply to
CaveLamb
If half of the pensioners are travelling east at 50 miles per hour, and the other half are travelling west at 35 mph, will they eat Razor Clam in Sha Cha Sauce, or Puka Dogs with Coo Coo Relish when they meet for dinner?
Reply to
Ed Huntress
Do they offer them health insurance?
jsw
Reply to
Jim Wilkins
What sort of test - can you cough without weeing?
Reply to
Dennis #1
If they are full time employees, yes they do, according to their company website.
Reply to
Al
Yeah, in lieu of pay.
-- Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises. -- Demosthenes
Reply to
Larry Jaques
Just full pensions after 30 years,
John
Reply to
John

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