Last year, he received 1,051 applications and found only 25 people who were qualified. He hired all of them, but soon had to fire 15.

We have this very problem (hire 25, loose 15 within 1 week).
Not as much a skills problem than a work ethic problem.

"you mean I have be at work at SEVEN AM?"

"how am I supposed to update my facebook status 237 times a day like I'm use to???"





On 11/26/2012 3:11 PM, elehti@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/11/25/magazine/skills-dont-pay-the-bills.htm
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Skills Don't Pay the Bills


1. There is no skills gap.

2. Who will operate a highly sophisticated machine for $10 an hour?
Not a lot of people.

3. As a result, there is going to be a skills gap.

Readers of this article posted many comments pro and con.

Enjoy!



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