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Walmart makes changes to college program for employees

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Walmart announced on Tuesday that it will pay for 100% of college tuition and books for their employees through its Live Better U education program.

Also, starting August 16, the company will no longer charge about one and a half million Walmart and Sam’s Club employees the $1-per-day fee for access to the program. This will allow employees to pursue college degrees or trade skills without having to shoulder additional debt.

The company also added four new academic partners in their expansion of the program.


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