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I have a 'high demand' college degree and I've been severly under-employed for years. Only people who are aggressive/persuasive, attractive, or gregarious are going to easily secure employment right now.
To say that it's about education isn't really right. Training is not going to make us cheaper than other countries (where they don't really have more training, they're just cheaper to deal with--an extra cost of training is not an issue there). Companies should not be rewarded for taking advantage of a 'pyramid' in other countries built on a large base of impoverished people.
The government should really focus on telework. Travelling pockets of prosperity break up famililes and destroy regions of the country. In this day and age, prosperity shouldn't be tied to location. Companies have shown they can do it globally--they need to be encouraged to do it more on a national level.