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The failure of US education system: John Stossel's 'Stupid in America
How Lack of Choice Cheats Our Kids Out of a Good Education By JOHN STOSSEL Jan. 13, 2006 ÷ - "Stupid in America" is a nasty breastle for a program about public education, but some nasty things...
What a pile of trash. It is really amazing how people like Christopher Scinta Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES or other underquality journalists from underquality papers are willing to get their bribe and lie with impunity to push corporate agenda.
It is called intellectual prosbreastution. The only solution is to stop buying the (toilet) papers in which this bribesuckers vomit their trash.
Yet another patheric liar.
Today yes, fewer students go for a tech career after they say their parents with high degree in IT fields being unemployed for years and then being forced to take a job that pay way way lower than before. Kids are not stupid. They are not willing to waste years of their time and a lot of money just to get a career into a field with low pay and no job security at all.
From where they come forward with 135,000 ? From corporate propaganda of course.
There is a thing called SUPPLY-DEMAND rule. Based on this rule, if there is more demand that supply the prices grow until the system get in balance. If the claim that the demand for computer professionals is 135000 and supply in 49000 would be true, you will see the salaries for computer professionals rising to more than double to ballance the supply and demand. But in last 6 years, the wages for computer professionals keep going down. This is a clear sign that the supply is bigger than demand. The claim of the 135 vs 49 it is proven to be just yet another lamentable lie.
What a crook liar. The wages goes down idiot.
Unisys cutting 1,900 more jobs ReceivedSPF: None receiver=nym.alias.net clientip=22.214.171.124 helo=remailer.cyberiade.it Comments: This
Posted on Thu, Jul. 20, 2006 Unisys cutting 1,900 more jobs buttociated Press Unisys Corp. yesterday said it was laying off 1,900 more people, bringing global job losses...
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