When you apply for a job at Walmart, it’s easy to think about how the company’s job seekers will make it to the top.
But there’s a bigger picture at play here.
The company’s most recent annual report shows that the majority of the workforce is being offered a part-time, low-paying, temporary job that requires little training or experience.
The company’s annual report also shows that its top jobs are increasingly being filled by part-timers and temp workers.
For the past year, the company has reported that it has laid off roughly 9 million workers in its US retail and wholesale business, and that it expects to do so in 2018.
In its most recent report, Walmart highlighted the “unintended consequences” of the company cutting back on full-time jobs.
Walmart also revealed that it’s hiring fewer full-timters and temp employees in 2018 than it did in 2017.
According to a new study published by the National Employment Law Project, these numbers show that Walmart is losing out on some of the most talented workers on the planet.
The study, which looked at data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics and the Bureau of Economic Analysis, found that Walmart lost around 2.7 million jobs during the last year, which means that some workers are leaving the company and joining other industries that are losing out.
The study also found that many of the job openings were filled by workers who were unemployed for a number of years, which has caused them to lose their jobs.
The findings, published in the Labor Condition Index (LCI), a report that tracks changes in job trends, are a stark reminder that Walmart’s global workforce is increasingly being outsourced, according to an investigation by The Verge.
While Walmart is not alone in outsourcing its labor, it has a particularly large share of its workers working at low-wage or underpaid jobs, The Verge reported.
The NLI is a US government database that tracks the jobs that have been lost or shifted from the traditional manufacturing, retail, or service sector.
The LCI includes jobs that were previously in a traditional manufacturing or service industry but now have shifted to low-skilled, temporary jobs.
These jobs typically require little or no training, but Walmart is one of the biggest employers of part- and temporary-hiring in the country.
The number of Walmart workers in the LCI increased from 2.4 million in 2016 to 2.9 million in 2017, according the report.
Walmart is the third largest employer of temporary workers in America.
The largest employer in the US is the US Postal Service, which employs more than 9 million people.
The largest number of part time and temp jobs in the United States have been in the food service industry, which accounts for around 30% of Walmart’s retail workforce, according a report from the Center for American Progress.
Walmart is not the only major corporation that is losing workers to the gig economy.
In 2017, the number of full- and part- time jobs in restaurants, hotels, and bars fell by 8 million, The Washington Post reported.
These workers are working at lower wages and often working in conditions that are dangerous and unsafe.