Tell it to Dustin
There was a time when the young had the advantage — when on the job training was abundant — as quick learners, but now as companies want experienced workers, and seniors are the largest percentage of the workforce they ever been, youth unemployment is up. It affects politics as well when the median age of our representatives is so much older than the median age of our population.
I am one of them. I could retire, but I don’t want to. I like working.
That “next” generation of workers.. just do not have the work ethic that employers are looking for. They demand the perks (read pay and vacation) that go with experience.. won’t work the overtime that the job demands.. and phone in sick with a sniffle.. phone in sick after having a night out.. phone in sick.. just because.
Any excuse will do, won’t it?
You must be annoyed with Cher.
And here I thought this was about the Stones getting out of the way so he could tour, and maybe sell some records…
Hey, you, get offa my cloud!
The kids aren’t into rock and roll.
Our elder daughter has been looking for jobs in her field (animation) for over a year now. She has a part-time job to cover bills while she sends out her resume, works on her skills, updates her portfolio repeatedly, and tries to work on projects that will get her a job and putting her art out for purchase. She shares a house with three other people. I honestly don’t know if it will get any better for her, but she’s still trying.
He wants the Rolling Stones to retire already! So maybe others could give it a shot.
Currently, roughly 10,000 people turn 65 each day, the standard age for retirement, according to a Deutsche Bank note published Tuesday. And according to Census forecasts, that number is set to rise. It will reach nearly 12,000 people within the next 10 years.
In theory there are 10,000 job openings everyday.
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