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- Dec 18, 2010
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sounds like a good reason to get in then!
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Are you just riding it out till the end, or looking for something in the meantime?I can't believe people shop us. We are completely irrelevant to the consumer. Our own employees don't shop us.
Sales overall, vs. our own forecast that we set the month prior are down 40% on average and that's after trying to factor in reduced sales for lack of performance. Which yes, we suck at forecasting, but still...
I go through surges where I send out a lot, then go dark for a few weeks. In the interim, the instant rejections come back and depress me.Are you just riding it out till the end, or looking for something in the meantime?
Yea, but at what point do I need to worry about that.As long as the checks keep clearing!
there are a lot of them out there.I actually asked a member here (was friends with long before) who does recruiting and asked if there were any recruiters that worked for the job seekers. Not the employers. He said no.
I believe the mcdonalds campus is turning into condos or apartments... So likely something like that again.I wonder who would buy a campus like that if/when it goes up for sale. I know the campus we are at now sat vacant for like 9 years or something until we bought it and renovated it. Your place is probably just as big as ours.
I've heard that rumor here too. Turning it in to a retirement home. There is plenty of space to walk in this complex. It's all interconnected. It's almost like a big mall and then they can go right to their room to sleep.I believe the mcdonalds campus is turning into condos or apartments... So likely something like that again.
An article in Crains not to long ago was talking about how the corporate suburban sprawl that took place years ago (Sears obviously being one of them), is reversing itself, not only here in Chicago, but other cites, and that all those corporates are moving back in to the city, so all these large real estate complexes are virtually worth little compared to what it was a decade or two ago, and now there is a surge in them. Just along 90 alone you have the old Motorola complex in Schaumburg, then a little further west the AT&T complex, then us... More demand than need and no one to fill them.My old building on Shuman in Naperville has been vacant since 2014. It was one of the old Bell/Lucent buildings off of Naperville on 88.
Last I read is that they were going to make it more like a startup incubator to attract millenials.