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We DO have trade schools. I don't think turning all schools into just job training is a good long term approach.
The dumbing down of our education system into job training is underscored by the difficulties of "retraining" displaced workers as technologies and industries change. If people have more general and b...more
You can cut the cost drastically by going to a public university. Even then, many students work, use grants, AND take out loans.
I wonder if their on-campus work is going to pay enough more than a typical student job to offset the high tuition...
It's interesting that the companies pissing and moaning about the ACA are all the cheap ones that don't provide decent benefits for their employees.
It's also interesting that while they are telling us about all the jobs that will be lost, the overall economy is quietly adding jobs at a rate roughly equal to the on...more
Why should we continue to subsidize Five Guys payroll? Let them pick up the cost of their workforce like every other business, and compete as they will.
The difference now is that companies that choose to carry health coverage for their employees will not be placed at a competitive disadvantage to companies that...more
When they say their workers lack skills, what they mean is that they can't hire skilled workers for the wages they are willing to pay. It's the same when they say they can't find people to fill open jobs - what they MEAN is that nobody qualified will apply at the wage they are offering.
Others have commented on ho...more
Some have said the telecommuting arrangement does not always work. In those cases, it is because productivity suffers by the home / work boundary getting blurred. I would think that if productivity is good, there should be no problem.
The real problem is that it takes more effort to measure productivity than to m...more
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