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Old 11-17-2012, 01:18 PM   #46
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Re: Spoiled kids of the 80s?

We grew up poor, but it was college was a lot cheaper, and it was very easy for both of us in the late 80's early 90's to pick a craft that paid, go to college, and easily get a job right after graduation. I actually had my first nursing job lined up before I graduated, as did most of my classmates.

Now nursing school, as well as school to be a resp therapist, ultrasound tech, physical therapist, paramedic, etc are much harder to get into, and much fewer opportunities after graduation. I fear very much for my children, that they will not be able to get good employment..........

They will have had an easier childhood, but a much harder, more competitive young adulthood.
Sarai, RN, non-profit volunteer, cloth diaper ministry, Married for 20 years, mama to 2 kids on Earth, and 2 little girls in Heaven, G., T., K. and J.
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