: Qx: Let's see. We should all try to be MBA's and help screw up the economy even more wouldn't that be great Gee?
What kind of answer is that? The point was that an employer wants skill A and if the student learns skill B then not to be surprised if the employer doesnt offer a job.
: Qx: There you go about choice again. Of course this could turn into another 100K long debate over abstractions.
mimicking another poster here?
: Gee, encouraging comformity is what you've just done.
No, I havent encouraged one thing or another. By stating that there are relationships between study and employment there is no encouragement. Would you think it better if people didnt think of how their studies would relate to their options post study? That goes for apparently useful skills which are no longer used (eg some computer languages, some engineering skills) and so forth. You seem to be making some issue out of it.
: I'm doing OK. Once I get a degree within my specialized niche I have a pretty good idea what I can do to earn a living.
Work for them and be open to scrutiny? Or hide in a beaurocratic government taking potshots at all the people you personally dislike from behind the shield of law.