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Heres how todays Wisconsin children will find jobs tomorrow

MADISON - A veteran television reporter recently asked me to name a few fields in which todays Wisconsin students can expect to find jobs after they complete their education. The real answer is: I dont know. And if I did know, I would invest every penny I have in those industries and gleefully count my earnings.

But as another Labor Day passes in Wisconsin, the question about jobs for tom......

Full article >>> more than 20 percent of Wisconsin jobs before the recession, but tens of thousands of those jobs have been lost since 2000. The days when a young person could graduate from college and land a lifetime job at the local factory are mostly gone - unless that young person is educated for a career in the Knowledge Economy.Tomorrows job opportunities begin with education. For all the colleges, universit......

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In addition, there are a dozen or so clusters within Wisconsins emerging high-technology disciplines that appear to have a head start. About half are in biotechnology and the life sciences; the rest are focused in information technology and communications.

Tomorrows jobs will go to young people who are educated, who know how to communicate and think, and who develop technic......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Tom Still 08/31/03


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