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As a high school student, I find it interesting that the teachers and the media push us to get jobs like these. But than anyone that currently has a job in these fields always seem to have different things to tell me. Makes me wonder where all this data is coming from. I've noticed that it's alot of predictions and statistics for the next couple of years. But I'm a junior. Only 2 years from graduating, I want to hear it from people that currently work there and see an upward or downward trend themselves. Not some journalist working in a cube about thousands of miles away from these people and places. Comon MSN lets post more interviews! Something that actually feels productive and from the source!
So funny. Always trying to hit a moving target.
I remember when the medical field was always in need of workers and now I hear that people are coming out of private schools (because the regular schools are overloaded with people trying to get into those majors) and now finding out that there are too many workers for two few jobs available. Now they have huge debts and no job sometimes for years before finding one.
Today's "sure thing" by the time they get out, is tomorrow's "too late."
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