Friday, August 2, 2013 10:49:57 PM
California already (before 2008) had in place training for free. Some people used it, a lot didn't. You can`t give everyone a job because not everyone is capable of working. There are ways for those people to be valuable members of a community but not necessarily earn income. Maybe a system of volunteer work that is a form of job training or allows networking that gives job access. There are still places that do apprenticeships, they aren`t mainstream positions, but they could be.
Friday, August 2, 2013 2:46:52 PM
A GOOD incentive, however, would be to generously (key word, generously, ie. it's not a human right) offer technical training to those without skills. Plumbing skills, electrician skills, these sorts of things. If they fail to succeed, tough luck. You were given a chance. If they do succeed, you`re welcome. You can`t force people to succeed. Keynesians are obsessed with control.