fidesquaerens (marta_bee) wrote,

Dilbert-creator Scott Adams has an interesting post up at his blog:

Basically, he observes that there are jobs available for which people are not trained, that the recession is kinder on the so-called educated, but also that we need to train people in proportion to the jobs actually available. So he thinks that things like govt spending on infrastructure won't work.

I'm curious: do people agree with his analysis? And if you disagree with his proposed solution of government-orchestrated training, how would you address this issue?

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