years earning a liberal arts degree if they're going to end up at home without a job. In this tough economy should college programs be aimed at making students more marketable ?
Every single student is different. At this point no degree is safe. Even hospitals are hiring foreign nurses, at lower salaries, leaving qualified, American nurses unemployed. The hospitals are also paying housing costs for these nurses. My husband has a young employee who graduated in 2009 with a a BS in chemical engineering who has been unable to secure a job in the greater Chicago area (in his field). THERE ARE FEW self supporting job opportunities for young folks with limited experience in the USA-
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The point being education, degrees, appropriate related, CURRENT skills and RECENT experience and connections- YOU HAVE TO HAVE THEM ALL in today's economy.
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