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Hey guage, you seem to know it all. I have a bunch of students that graduated with engineering degrees last spring and they seem not to find employment in their fields. Can you give me the inside scoop so I can tell them that the sky is not falling after all.
They keep telling me that work is being farmed out in countries with cheaper wages; did you mean employment for US needs is being fulfilled rather than actual real jobs?
They don’t have problems finding service jobs though, like flipping burgers and waiting on tables, I guess we don’t need engineers anymore eh guage?
Well for starters, they should have had a different instructor.
You know you're right, they should have gone to India or China instead of wasting their times studying here. Why did I not think of that? You are a genius!
Let's outsource our education while we are at it now.

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Amazing in spite of GM projected to kill over 30k jobs.
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How dare those fucking workers ask for a better life like the executives have! The nerve! We'll show them!
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Amazing in spite of GM projected to kill over 30k jobs.
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If the serfs learn about this "better life", our high times are over!

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RE: Robust Job Growth

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Hey guage, you seem to know it all. I have a bunch of students that graduated with engineering degrees last spring and they seem not to find employment in their fields. Can you give me the inside scoop so I can tell them that the sky is not falling after all.
They keep telling me that work is being farmed out in countries with cheaper wages; did you mean employment for US needs is being fulfilled rather than actual real jobs?
They don’t have problems finding service jobs though, like flipping burgers and waiting on tables, I guess we don’t need engineers anymore eh guage?
Your kids should've gone to a better school. Look-up petroluem engineering starting salaries.
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Hey guage, you seem to know it all. I have a bunch of students that graduated with engineering degrees last spring and they seem not to find employment in their fields. Can you give me the inside scoop so I can tell them that the sky is not falling after all.
They keep telling me that work is being farmed out in countries with cheaper wages; did you mean employment for US needs is being fulfilled rather than actual real jobs?
They don’t have problems finding service jobs though, like flipping burgers and waiting on tables, I guess we don’t need engineers anymore eh guage?
Your kids should've gone to a better school. Look-up petroluem engineering starting salaries.
why is it that petroluem engineering is the way to go Btnst? We don't need electrical engineers anymore?

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Jobs 1 - 30 of 3397 matching your search request.

Yes, must be the way these youngster were taught.

http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/ser...ers&Google_PPC
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Yes, must be the way these youngster were taught.

http://seeker.dice.com/jobsearch/ser...ers&Google_PPC
Nice link guage would you help me sift through them for entry level engineering jobs for the students? I feel like my incompetence is getting the best of me. Oh, never mind I found a couple in Bangalore, thanks for the tip, next time I will make sure that I set my search based on that criteria.

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Would you like me to tie their shoes too?

If there is no employment in the flied of your expertise, I hope do to budget cuts
I do not have to pay your salary any more.
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Would you like me to tie their shoes too?

If there is no employment in the flied of your expertise, I hope do to budget cuts
I do not have to pay your salary any more.
You are so wise oh sage one!
How would you like to tell kids coming out of high school not to bother with engineering studies because we in our infinite wisdom have decided that US bred engineers are no longer needed because they are paid too much?
What do you suggest guage? Should they renounce their citizenship so they can accept what you called "I hope to budget cuts"? The last time I checked we were proud people when we sent guys on the moon, when we developed semiconductors and when we churned out steel and cars to no end.
You Mr. guage, you are a sorry excuse for our failures by catering to fat corporate cats for the sake of stockholders rather than stakeholders. Your attitude is going to put us at the mercy of our enemies ___, and ___(fill in the blank Mr. paranoid/guage).
Our great nation needs educated and well-trained people rather than idiots like you that can't even express themselves properly and resort to links here and there to make a point they don't even understand.

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RE: Robust Job Growth

heh heh

lets talk about my job security, shall we? ive read this thread completly, and want to throw my .02 in(oddly enough, i havent even that at the moment)

ill graduate next winter with a BFA in studio art, minor in art history.

talk about my job possibilities/security, would ya?

ive also attended school souly on loans.

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