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Most young employees move quickly from one company to the next, changing jobs up to three times in a year. However, Happy Snax is known for retaining young workers for well over a year. Happy Snax claims its retention rate is due to the fact that they do not require uniforms or formal break times.

Which of the following, if true, most strengthens Happy Snax explanation of its success in retaining young employees?

A) Young employees often change jobs because they become bored with their current job and are looking for something new and exciting

B) Many young employees at Happy Snax have not had a job previously

C) Young employees find uniforms and formal schedules unappealing

D) Uniforms and formal schedules lead to more productivity in the workplace

E) Happy Snax also provides free housing to all of its young employees for the first year

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Most young employees move quickly from one company to the next, changing jobs up to three times in a year. However, Happy Snax is known for retaining young workers for well over a year. Happy Snax claims its retention rate is due to the fact that they do not require uniforms or formal break times.

Which of the following, if true, most strengthens Happy Snax explanation of its success in retaining young employees?

A) Young employees often change jobs because they become bored with their current job and are looking for something new and exciting

B) Many young employees at Happy Snax have not had a job previously

C) Young employees find uniforms and formal schedules unappealing

D) Uniforms and formal schedules lead to more productivity in the workplace

E) Happy Snax also provides free housing to all of its young employees for the first year


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CONCLUSION: Happy Snax claims its retention rate is due to the fact that they do not require uniforms or formal break times.


A) Young employees often change jobs because they become bored with their current job and are looking for something new and exciting
WRONG.
-we are concerned about why people dont change jobs at HAPPY SNAX.

B) Many young employees at Happy Snax have not had a job previously
WRONG.
-OUT OF SCOPE.

C) Young employees find uniforms and formal schedules unappealing
STRENGTHENS

D) Uniforms and formal schedules lead to more productivity in the workplace
WRONG.
OUT OF SCOPE.

E) Happy Snax also provides free housing to all of its young employees for the first year
WRONG.
this is kind of weakener suggeting that people dont leave jobs because of this reason hence weakens the conclusion.
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