Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

The WSJ has a piece today about how difficult the job market is, which is aligns with what I hear and see, even if that is largely anecdotal. At the same time, the supposed elite trainers of the next generation of employees—the Ivy League of US colleges—are mostly demonstrating they have deep, structural internal issues, causing them to lose favor among employers.

It is worth considering the other size of this balance, the resumes for which employers are searching around the world. The answer is as follows, and precious few of them require college degrees. Granted, crap jobs have always been in abundance, and most of them don't require college degrees, but what is different is that many of these roles also pay well.

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