The article makes some good points about younger age groups finding alternate forms of education. Skilled labor is always a necessity for improvements in society and keeping any country moving. But like many jobs if you flood the market with any kind of job, suddenly people need to be competitive for business I.e. Electritions, home builders, plumbers. The market also fluctuates based on needs/wants so as long as those jobs are still in need they will still pay well. Where as for company executives, teachers and doctors will always be needed.
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