I am talking about on the job training. Hire in as a laborer and move up to CEO of the company. Trade schools are O.K., I guess, but those that can, do and those that can't, teach.<quoted text>Yes, you are correct but unfortunately here in Columbus, it was a Republican administration that cut funding for our career centers where those skills were being taught. I can't stand when Republicans cut funding and use the excuse that's it's too expensive to fund. Yet, these legislators can find millions of dollars to fund our correctional institutions, which by the way, are housed with a majority black population. It's nefarious when you have a governor that agrees to sell a state prison to a "private prison corporation" that has a bottom line profit to maintain.
One year of work experience is always worth 3 years of school.(In my opinion) I have an MBA, but if I had never worked, that's all I would have. A degree hanging on the wall and no work skills or experience. Big whoop.
You ever think about the amount of knowledge there is in any cemetary?