I think the question should be this: Why should somebody not join the SDA? That list would be short.
Being a member of the SDA is important because I'm not good at speaking up so I need assitance to help negotiate on my behalf.
The SDA is always working at getting the best and safest conditions for you and if something goes wrong they are there for you.
I appreciate the unions work they are currently doing with the 18+ campaign. I'm doing the same job as an adult and in every other aspect at age 18 I can do all the adult things but I can't get paid a
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