Employment trends have been losing full-time jobs, and people have been moving to more and more part time jobs.
Because companies are downsizing and offshoring, and generally not hiring people with skills any more.
I got an idea! Let's tax the businesses more and then give that money to people that don't work. And while we're at it let's raise the minimum wage to an insane level because people who don't pull their own weight should be guaranteed a widescreen TV and fast internet connection just like people that are actually productive.
There. That should fix everything. Oh wait, I forgot about free education. We should add that on, too.
I bet they're pretty good evidence when you don't have as big an emotional investment in the outcome.
Fascinating. Absolutely fascinating.
I have two questions that perhaps you could answer for me:
1. What is the difference between a model and a prediction in this case?
2. Is a prediction the same as proof that something will occur?
If watching your parents makes you peak, and you feel it appropriate to point it into your parents bedroom at that time, you're a lot weirder than I suspected. I would also question what you mean by 'finished' college.
That's an interesting thing to say considering how grammatically maladroit you are.
Also not read TFA, who does, but I wonder if this is per man hour or per employee or per $. The reason I ask is all my Japanese friends work CRAZY long hours and have crap leave entitlements.
Maybe it's because they're so inefficient.
Mommy, what happens to your files when you die?