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FRIDAY, MAR 28, 2008  |  7 comments
AT&T CEO says hard to find skilled U.S. workers
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Reuters) - The head of the top U.S. phone company AT&T Inc (T.N) said on Wednesday it was having trouble finding enough skilled workers to fill all the 5,000 customer service jobs it promised to return to the United States from India.

"We're having trouble finding the numbers that we need with the skills that are required to do these jobs," AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson told a business group in San Antonio, where the company's headquarters is located.

So far, only around 1,400 jobs have been returned to the United States of 5,000, a target it set in 2006, the company said, adding that it maintains the target.

Stephenson said he is especially distressed that in some U.S. communities and among certain groups, the high school dropout rate is as high as 50 percent. ...


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Dr. Phil  Find all comments by Dr. Phil
Mike wrote:
No disagreement there, Dr Phil. And if we were willing to look at control freak governments, dictatorships, etc., we'd see that there are only two classes, neither of them middle. What there is, is the "equal" and the more "equal." Do you remember "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. ..."?
You are right Mike. I find it interesting that the use of the term "democracy" is used indiscrimantly especially by our government leaders. However, few remember that the communists are the ones who first coined the term. For example:

"The Communists fight for the attainment of the immediate aims, for the enforcement of the momentary interests of the working class; but in the movement of the present, they also represent and take care of the future of that movement. In France, the Communists ally with the Social Democrats* against the conservative and radical bourgeoisie, reserving, however, the right to take up a critical position in regard to phases and illusions traditionally handed down from the Great Revolution.

In Switzerland, they support the Radicals, without losing sight of the fact that this party consists of antagonistic elements, partly of Democratic Socialists, . . ."- Communist Manifesto

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News Item4/2/08 6:56 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Dr. Phil wrote:
I hear you Mike, but notice how little the media refers to us as "the middle class" and now we are referred to as the "working class" of the John Lennon and Mao Tse Tung variety. Two of the major tenets of Communism is a "heavy progressive income tax" and ellimination of the ownership of property. Notice how the IRS and excessive property taxes have worked together to bring our country in satisfying the redistribution of wealth into the hands of Corporate America and the "poor lower class". Hence, the two tenets of communism have worked well to shore up failing businesses while destroying free enterprise. As the weight of these two increases, the middle class disappears and destroys general moral, the incentive to work, and the entreprenural spirit.
No disagreement there, Dr Phil. And if we were willing to look at control freak governments, dictatorships, etc., we'd see that there are only two classes, neither of them middle. What there is, is the "equal" and the more "equal." Do you remember "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others. ..."?
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News Item4/2/08 5:38 PM
Dr. Phil  Find all comments by Dr. Phil
Mike wrote:
The middle class IS the working class. The poor can add little to their/the economy, and the rich keep their riches one way or another. The middle class does the work, is the tax base, keeps the system running, and carries all the others along with them.
I hear you Mike, but notice how little the media refers to us as "the middle class" and now we are referred to as the "working class" of the John Lennon and Mao Tse Tung variety. Two of the major tenets of Communism is a "heavy progressive income tax" and ellimination of the ownership of property. Notice how the IRS and excessive property taxes have worked together to bring our country in satisfying the redistribution of wealth into the hands of Corporate America and the "poor lower class". Hence, the two tenets of communism have worked well to shore up failing businesses while destroying free enterprise. As the weight of these two increases, the middle class disappears and destroys general moral, the incentive to work, and the entreprenural spirit.
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News Item4/2/08 5:27 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Dr. Phil wrote:
What he doesn't realize is that it is harder to find an honest American corporation. He has apparently forgotten how AT&T robbed from its shareholders not long ago with a 2 for 5 reverse split on its stock. Afterwards the company received a sizable bail out, grants, and subsidies from the Feds at taxpayer expense. But, hey I suppose the Feds felt like it was the least they could do for breaking up their monopoly. Now they have developed a synergistic relationship with communism as China has taught them all how Capitalism and Communism can work together by redefining the middle class as the "working class".
The middle class IS the working class. The poor can add little to their/the economy, and the rich keep their riches one way or another. The middle class does the work, is the tax base, keeps the system running, and carries all the others along with them.
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News Item4/2/08 4:51 PM
Dr. Phil  Find all comments by Dr. Phil
What he doesn't realize is that it is harder to find an honest American corporation. He has apparently forgotten how AT&T robbed from its shareholders not long ago with a 2 for 5 reverse split on its stock. Afterwards the company received a sizable bail out, grants, and subsidies from the Feds at taxpayer expense. But, hey I suppose the Feds felt like it was the least they could do for breaking up their monopoly. Now they have developed a synergistic relationship with communism as China has taught them all how Capitalism and Communism can work together by redefining the middle class as the "working class".
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News Item4/2/08 4:00 PM
Rex | New York  Find all comments by Rex
HAHA!! Precisely.
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News Item3/29/08 1:41 AM
GG  Find all comments by GG
What Mr Stephenson should have said, is that he is having trouble finding skilled American workers willing to work for $1.75 an hour and two tickets to a Ravi Shankar concert.
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