jeffyl00b wrote:usfvictor wrote:jeffyl00b wrote:When I graduated from university pre-2010 in Florida, our economy was much worse than today. We had a terrorist attack. Did you have many classmates in your class who actually experienced lay-off notices from their part-time jobs and career fairs cancelled? Was the job market even great in 2007/2008?
How can one claim that the statistics are different? If anything, those are the folks who would've been laid off.
WHAT? I'm sorry but your message in the context of this Nova conversation made no sense
Read the thread, you'll find the bullet point list I'm responding to, which is in this thread. Once you go through the thread, it's a short one, it might even be on page 1, you may see it clearly since I assume you did well on the LSAT and can find the key words. Hint 2010.
Before some of you youngin's start talking about the economy, might want to consider that some of us have first hand experience before claiming that
A) the economy was great
or my favorite that I've seen on TLS once before B) Once you have had a job, you'll always be able to get one quick and easy.
it doesn't work that way, and it's dishonest to your classmates.
My apologies for not hitting the quote button in the first place, but I just assumed the natural curiosity before the trigger happy reply wouldn't have been at issue.
i didn't see where someone brought up employment pre 2010. i did skip some posts though lol.