posted on 03/19/2004 5:58:29 PM PST
There is cause for some concern in the fields of electrical engineering and software programming; unemployment is in a slump in those fields.
Being an EE I have to wonder about where the slump is occurring in that field. Yes EEs are heavily involved in the high tech sector but there are many other areas for an EE to prosper Power generation and distribution just one example. Maybe anything out of the realm of clean rooms is just not sexy enough for the newer EEs.
posted on 03/19/2004 6:04:54 PM PST
(I am all flamed out.)
posted on 03/19/2004 6:08:59 PM PST
by Lunatic Fringe
(John F-ing Kerry??? NO... F-ING... WAY!!!)
DO you have a link to this?
They're sending these jobs overseas..read the selective service pages..they're going to be sending these people to Iraq when they start the draft April 2005, so they'll have jobs.
posted on 03/19/2004 6:31:19 PM PST
"WE NEED OUR YOUNG PEOPLE TO GO INTO MATH, SCIENCE, ENGINEERING...if we lose our innovative capacity, we are doomed."
Yeah, let's keep "socially" passing them from one grade to the next in school. So what if they grow up ignorant - makes 'em better slaves to the handouts from the Democrats.
To: A. Pole
posted on 03/20/2004 9:23:17 AM PST
by null and void
(Don't stand idly by and watch your country commit Hairy Kerry!)
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