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2011 Economic Forecast – Math & Science Education Critical

The San Leandro Chamber of Commerce hosted a luncheon talk by Dr. soldes air max 1 pas cher Jay Tontz, Professor Emeritus of Economics and former Dean of the School of Business and Economics at California State University, East Bay. Dr. Mochilas Kanken No.2 Tontz gave his 2011 forecast and reviewed actual results against his 2010 forecast. Fjallraven Kanken Kinderen

As has been the case for many years his 2010 forecast was within decimal points of actual results. He was upbeat for 2011 but believes unemployment will remain high for a number of years as structural change in the workforce is completed. nike air max 90 femme pas cher US jobs will increasingly require more science & math education. Jobs without math & science requirements are being automated, outsourced or offering lower wages. Fjällräven Kånken Ryggsäckar

A 2010 graduate of a two year technical program in Information Technology can expect a starting salary of $44,000 while a graduate of a four year liberal arts college can expect a starting salary of $38,000. The difference is math and science training.

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