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If we want to solve the skills gap issue in the U.S., maybe we should turn to reciprocity (like parts of Europe)
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“You don’t really know what you get,” she says. “If someone tells you they’re an electrician, they could have just exchanged light bulbs at an amusement park or they could have worked, maybe, at complex problems.”
I spend a lot of time on the internet, so I have learned of the many ways people can often help others for free. Some of them I came across through this course (free rice), but some of them I learned through social media. 210 more words
Brief statistical interlude: Jordan, Qatar, and the UAE are the only countries where girls seem to be more comfortable with math
If we lived in a world where common sense was used more often (than not) I wonder how much difference that would make to everyone? Where people were listened -rathered than were “talked at”, All people were supported (not the selected few) so that others were not deemed to suffer in silence, Where poverty, hunger, no health care and homelessness was banned from all countries and an acceptable way of living was agreed upon, Where equality for all was just common place with no judgements or fear – Don’t you think that is the sort of world we should strive for in the 21st Century?
Paul Isaacs Adult with Autism 2014