You’re likely to find a lot of stores that look and feel the same but are different in their product offerings.
These stores have a few distinct advantages.
They tend to be smaller and less expensive.
They usually sell more merchandise.
They generally have the same brand and price.
Walmart is no exception.
Its the only big-box retailer in the United States with more than 500 stores, according to a recent survey by the Retail Research and Advisory Council.
It’s also the only one with a large number of employees in the country.
And unlike other big-boxes, Walmart doesn’t pay workers a living wage.
The average Walmart worker makes $8.32 an hour, which is the lowest in the U.S. but well above the national average of $6.13.
The company’s hourly wage for its hourly workers is a little over $18 per hour.
Its average pay for hourly workers was $22.50 per hour, according the council.
The median pay at Walmart is $24.40 per hour according to the council’s survey, which includes bonuses and fringe benefits.
Walmart workers typically earn about $15 per hour and earn more than $24,000 per year, according a recent study from the Economic Policy Institute.
This means they can expect to make $13.64 an hour.
Walmart’s profit margins are also high.
It earned $1.35 per share in the third quarter of 2016.
Its profits were up about 40% from the year-ago quarter.
The retail giant is known for being relatively conservative in its spending, spending less on marketing and more on advertising.
However, Walmart has made a concerted effort to boost its retail footprint since its founding in 1899.
It opened four stores and opened seven stores in the past decade.
Walmart has also started a major effort to build out its distribution footprint in recent years.
Its first distribution center opened in 2012 in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Walmart plans to build two more distribution centers in 2016 and 2018.
That means it will be able to sell more products to more people.
And it will also be able provide a greater selection of products to consumers.
Walmart will be the first big-name retailer to open a distribution center in Canada since the company opened one in Calgary in 2009.
In 2019, Walmart opened a new distribution center near Montreal.
The Canadian company also has a distribution hub in San Francisco, California.
Walmart also has an online store in several markets in the world, including Australia, China, Colombia, India, Japan, Mexico, South Korea, South Africa, and Taiwan.
Walmart CEO Doug McMillon has touted the importance of having more stores in some parts of the country to attract shoppers.
“In the past, when we’ve been in some markets, we’ve had trouble attracting shoppers, because people have other choices,” McMillon said during the company’s annual shareholder meeting in October.
“So it’s important for us to have more stores, to attract people.”
Walmart’s distribution centers have helped it expand its product offerings, which have helped Walmart earn higher profit margins and grow its profit.
Its products are also getting cheaper.
In the third-quarter of 2016, the average cost per item sold at Walmart stores increased by 3% to $17.98.
This compares to a 3% rise in the fourth quarter of 2015 and a 2% rise for the year as a whole.
Walmart stock has risen 7% in the last year.
But that’s not to say that Walmart’s sales have been lackluster.
Walmart recorded a net income of $821 million in the second quarter of this year, which was an increase of 17% from a year earlier.
Its profit margins were up 10% to 49.8% from 47.8%.
Walmart’s share price increased by almost $100 in the quarter, from $69 to $69.96.
Walmart shares have been surging lately, up about 30% in 2017 and more than 80% in 2018.
Walmart said it expects its 2017 quarterly earnings to be slightly better than its 2016 earnings.
But this still falls short of expectations.
Walmart expects earnings per share to be $6 per share.
That’s well below the company average of about $10 per share and well below Walmart’s expectations of $15.
It expects its quarterly revenue to be about $4.3 billion.