Legal Sector Lost Another 1400 Jobs between July and August

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SuperCerealBrah
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Re: Legal Sector Lost Another 1400 Jobs between July and August

Postby SuperCerealBrah » Sat Sep 08, 2012 5:31 pm

ColtsFan88 wrote:
Voltaire_X wrote:
zman wrote:4. Educational sector is easy. Abolish all subisidy, all pell grants, all Guranteed student loans(this is the main reason tution is so expensive) and tutions would collapse over night because without student loans NO ONE could affort to go. Trillions of dollars freed up.



This is totally the wrong approach. Colleges need massive cost cutting. Given that everything taught at the undergrad. level can be learned for $1.50 in late fees at the public library, this shouldn't be too hard. Things like EdX have the right approach, but legitimate degrees need to be given. College shouldn't cost more than $1k a semester. Massive cuts to administration, among other things, could easily lower the cost of attendance. Automation is the future.

Also tuition money should not go into propping up sports programs and whatnot.


This is THE TRUTH and not an exaggeration at all.

And not paraphrased from Good Will Hunting.


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Re: Legal Sector Lost Another 1400 Jobs between July and August

Postby ood » Sun Sep 09, 2012 7:45 pm

zman wrote:Financial sector,goverment sector,health care sector and educational sector are sucking the country cry..

Here are the solutions.

1. Financial sector first.
Stop subsidizing wall street banks with cheap fed money and let them fail. That would free up trillions of dollars
2. Goverment sector.
neet to be cut to at least Clinton levels to the point where we can have a surplus and than we can cut taxes for lower class people and even rich people.
3. Health care sector = stop subsidising the health insurance industry!! separate employment from health care insurance. Doing those two would lead to a major collapse in costs. WE would buy health care insurance the same we buy car insurance.. For CHEAP.
4. Educational sector is easy. Abolish all subisidy, all pell grants, all Guranteed student loans(this is the main reason tution is so expensive) and tutions would collapse over night because without student loans NO ONE could affort to go. Trillions of dollars freed up.

Allow the interest to rise to its natural levels and allow deflation to occur everwhere(prices, wages)..

if we do this we will have a recovery.


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Re: Legal Sector Lost Another 1400 Jobs between July and August

Postby iMisto » Sun Sep 09, 2012 7:52 pm

^ :lol:

Seriously... let's just get rid of ALL of it. Then, none of the poor kids would have a chance to dig themselves out of poverty. :roll:




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