The crime rate is pretty high for the size of town I live in. The penalty for crime is pretty steep, but this hasn't been a deterrent for law breakers. One philosophy is that there aren’t enough jobs to keep people busy. And, the types of jobs needed are factory jobs that don't require education, but are also decent in pay (not minimum wage). A lot of people in my town don't have transportation to commute to a larger city for work either.
As I listen to this, I wonder about how can a small city attract factory jobs when these jobs are going beyond the borders of the U.S.?
What is your take on this? And, what are your prospective to the ratio of jobs versus people, jobs versus education, and the future?
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