Monday, August 18, 2014

Job Retraining

Maybe it helps sometimes, but it's also just another way to scam people.
In 2009, Mr. DeGrella, began a course at Daymar College — a for-profit vocational institute in Louisville — to become a cardiology technician. Daymar officials told him he would have a well-paying job within weeks of graduation.

But after about two years of studying cardiovascular physiology and the mechanics of electrocardiograms, Mr. DeGrella, now 57, found himself jobless and $20,000 in debt. He moved into his sister’s basement and now works at an AutoZone.

Whenever the economy is bad, it's the way to blame the unemployed instead of the fact that there aren't any jobs. If only they'd learn the right skills!!!