Obama to announce industry-community college plan
President Barack Obama will announce on Monday an initiative aimed at improving partnerships between community colleges and industry around the country with a bid to spur job opportunities for graduates, according to a White House official.
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Since: Aug 08
#1 Oct 4, 2010
"A new White House task force will be established to coordinate efforts between the private and public sectors to best leverage for the effort, the official said."
and how much will THAT bit of idiocy cost us?
obama is doing everything EXCEPT things that WILL actually help the private sector grow...
the ONLY jobs he can create are government jobs....and we have WAY too many of those as it is.
#2 Oct 4, 2010
They already have that, it's called co-oop. They have job placement already but it's a little hard when this administration is so anti-business and hate capitalism/freemarket as they do. I wish these trickle up economics the democrats believe in would wake up and admit it doesn't work!
Someone on here said they never got a job from a company that got a tax break. They may not of but many other qualified people have. I would like to know who ever got a job from someone on welfare. Were is the logic from democrats that people on food stamps hire people. The democrats only create government job with less people working to create taxes to pay for it. They have a communist vision for America.
#4 Oct 4, 2010
President Obama is doing a fine job . Education bills and incentives spur growth where it is needed . The industrial sector... These have seen some change in development of newer technologies. An educated and skilled work force is imparative to sustaning growth and simulating new jobs.
32 months into the presidents term has`nt seen to many booms or expansion markets , mainly becouse some hurdeles have lead to complete stops and ideas are already on the chopping block.
Alot of research and development has been procured but not put into production.( we know what the hold up is and you cannot blame it on ANYONE in Washington DC !
“It's a Brand New Day”
Since: Feb 06
#5 Oct 4, 2010
Or, American industry has been sitting on money, and refuses to invest in the USA.
Trickle-down fails again.
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