6th grade pre-MBA courses?
6th grade pre-MBA courses?
I took several shop classes and they were great. In High School we had a choice of 2 semesters of shop, two semesters of home ec. or one of shop and one of home Ec.
So I took woods (great for learning about wood and power tool safety), plastics (some of us made bongs, I made ice scrapers and name tags), and basic electronics.
Take the basic electronics and turn it into a hardware/software class and you are done.
That is soooo low caste. You think mummy and daddy want Jody and Buffy to burns their precious little fingers on hot solder? We'll have Jesus and Billy Bob do those jobs.
When you buy flying pigs, that black gooey stinky sticky stuff tends to get everywhere.
I kid you not, a friend of mine, she burned boiled eggs. I'm serious.
I go to visit the house she, a friend, her brother (also a friend of mine), and another guy were splitting and in the kitchen there is this small pot with indescribably burned, crunchy, black goo stuff in it. She had crammed about 6 eggs into a tiny pot, put in some water, turned the gas on high, and then went to take a shower and do her hair. With predictable results.
In my experience they have (mostly) been clueless monkeys just in the US to get "Worked in America, know English" on their resumes. Do the 6 month contract and go home. While riding on the coattails of the clueful workers who work overtime to clean up their mess.
It's called "Externalized Costs". And basically it invalidates any economic theory, such as Free Market theory, which makes the assumption you can know the true cost of something.
Hahahahah that's a good one. I have met maybe 1 in 5 H1Bs who weren't clueless and unmotivated ("severity 1 for our biggest client? I'll fix it Monday").
And most of the ones with a clue were the women. The men were a waste of oxygen.
India! Send us your women!
The problem with giving them gree cards you see is it dries up companies sources of cheap indentured labor. Can't have freedom, it's bad for business.
Niether is good, no matter what you have heard.
It's not a free market it is captured labor. Both for the company using the H1Bs, who cannot quit, and the Indian companies where emplyees have to give 90 days notice.
There's a difference between immigrants and indentured servants who have to return to their country at then end of their contract.
But for the first few years we were just recovering from the Bush recession. Bush in fact lost due to this. By 98 the boom had started but it was delayed. I for one did ot start earning a decent wage until '96.
you are right it doesn't see: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.u...
What I had found strange was the large number of homeless or somehow struggling people I met who smoked. Almost all of them smoked. This is a plausible explanation.
Karl's version of Parkinson's Law: Work expands to exceed the time alloted it.