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Jobs With a Terrible Outlook: Conductor

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Yahoo news is know for the amount of ridiculously unimportant topics they keep trying to pass off as news on their homepage. This one is about normal everyday jobs that are on their way out or in danger of being on their way out. Of the few jobs they outline include, Train Conductor and Mail carriers. Seems to them the number of these positions keep dropping year by year as technological advances keep cutting into these employment opportunities. Link below.

 

http://finance.yahoo.com/photos/vanishing-jobs-slideshow/-photo--1424152405.html

 

 

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Yahoo finance is retarded. They don't want anyone to study anything creative in school, if you look at the careers they push. Not to mention, whoever wrote it doesn't understand the difference between a "conductor" and "operator". Not to mention that most cities that have computers operating trains still have someone there to override the system in case of emergency who is on the payroll.

 

If you listen to the idiots that work there, everyone there would study "computer science", "marketing", "health administration", "business administration", and "accounting and actuarial sciences".

 

There would be no teachers, no policemen, no firefighters, no soldiers, no transit workers, no chefs just restaurants that don't make anything (cuz culinary is a "useless" degree), no television or movies or museums since that requires creative expertise, and therefore no order, no education, no transit, and no distraction to get away from the awful corporate mindsuck world that would be.

 

And what a world that would be.

 

Transit will have a need for conductors and train operators well into the future for at least the next generation. Even if you take the pessimistic outlook they can't get rid of even just the conductors - it's unsafe and wouldn't fly politically, and they know it, which is why the closest that's come to that is threatening to classify subways workers as class 1 and 2 instead of T/O and C/R.

 

In the meantime there are many, many more private sector jobs that are "due for a market correction" and face layoffs etc. than C/R or T/O, whichever one the article meant...which of course it isn't, cuz the writer doesn't know what they're talking about.

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Yahoo finance is retarded. They don't want anyone to study anything creative in school, if you look at the careers they push. Not to mention, whoever wrote it doesn't understand the difference between a "conductor" and "operator". Not to mention that most cities that have computers operating trains still have someone there to override the system in case of emergency who is on the payroll.

 

If you listen to the idiots that work there, everyone there would study "computer science", "marketing", "health administration", "business administration", and "accounting and actuarial sciences".

 

There would be no teachers, no policemen, no firefighters, no soldiers, no transit workers, no chefs just restaurants that don't make anything (cuz culinary is a "useless" degree), no television or movies or museums since that requires creative expertise, and therefore no order, no education, no transit, and no distraction to get away from the awful corporate mindsuck world that would be.

 

And what a world that would be.

 

Transit will have a need for conductors and train operators well into the future for at least the next generation. Even if you take the pessimistic outlook they can't get rid of even just the conductors - it's unsafe and wouldn't fly politically, and they know it, which is why the closest that's come to that is threatening to classify subways workers as class 1 and 2 instead of T/O and C/R.

 

In the meantime there are many, many more private sector jobs that are "due for a market correction" and face layoffs etc. than C/R or T/O, whichever one the article meant...which of course it isn't, cuz the writer doesn't know what they're talking about.

Yahoo finance is retarded. They don't want anyone to study anything creative in school, if you look at the careers they push. Not to mention, whoever wrote it doesn't understand the difference between a "conductor" and "operator". Not to mention that most cities that have computers operating trains still have someone there to override the system in case of emergency who is on the payroll.

 

If you listen to the idiots that work there, everyone there would study "computer science", "marketing", "health administration", "business administration", and "accounting and actuarial sciences".

 

There would be no teachers, no policemen, no firefighters, no soldiers, no transit workers, no chefs just restaurants that don't make anything (cuz culinary is a "useless" degree), no television or movies or museums since that requires creative expertise, and therefore no order, no education, no transit, and no distraction to get away from the awful corporate mindsuck world that would be.

 

And what a world that would be.

 

Transit will have a need for conductors and train operators well into the future for at least the next generation. Even if you take the pessimistic outlook they can't get rid of even just the conductors - it's unsafe and wouldn't fly politically, and they know it, which is why the closest that's come to that is threatening to classify subways workers as class 1 and 2 instead of T/O and C/R.

 

In the meantime there are many, many more private sector jobs that are "due for a market correction" and face layoffs etc. than C/R or T/O, whichever one the article meant...which of course it isn't, cuz the writer doesn't know what they're talking about.

Yahoo finance is retarded. They don't want anyone to study anything creative in school, if you look at the careers they push. Not to mention, whoever wrote it doesn't understand the difference between a "conductor" and "operator". Not to mention that most cities that have computers operating trains still have someone there to override the system in case of emergency who is on the payroll.

 

If you listen to the idiots that work there, everyone there would study "computer science", "marketing", "health administration", "business administration", and "accounting and actuarial sciences".

 

There would be no teachers, no policemen, no firefighters, no soldiers, no transit workers, no chefs just restaurants that don't make anything (cuz culinary is a "useless" degree), no television or movies or museums since that requires creative expertise, and therefore no order, no education, no transit, and no distraction to get away from the awful corporate mindsuck world that would be.

 

And what a world that would be.

 

Transit will have a need for conductors and train operators well into the future for at least the next generation. Even if you take the pessimistic outlook they can't get rid of even just the conductors - it's unsafe and wouldn't fly politically, and they know it, which is why the closest that's come to that is threatening to classify subways workers as class 1 and 2 instead of T/O and C/R.

 

In the meantime there are many, many more private sector jobs that are "due for a market correction" and face layoffs etc. than C/R or T/O, whichever one the article meant...which of course it isn't, cuz the writer doesn't know what they're talking about.

Yahoo finance is retarded. They don't want anyone to study anything creative in school, if you look at the careers they push. Not to mention, whoever wrote it doesn't understand the difference between a "conductor" and "operator". Not to mention that most cities that have computers operating trains still have someone there to override the system in case of emergency who is on the payroll.

 

If you listen to the idiots that work there, everyone there would study "computer science", "marketing", "health administration", "business administration", and "accounting and actuarial sciences".

 

There would be no teachers, no policemen, no firefighters, no soldiers, no transit workers, no chefs just restaurants that don't make anything (cuz culinary is a "useless" degree), no television or movies or museums since that requires creative expertise, and therefore no order, no education, no transit, and no distraction to get away from the awful corporate mindsuck world that would be.

 

And what a world that would be.

 

Transit will have a need for conductors and train operators well into the future for at least the next generation. Even if you take the pessimistic outlook they can't get rid of even just the conductors - it's unsafe and wouldn't fly politically, and they know it, which is why the closest that's come to that is threatening to classify subways workers as class 1 and 2 instead of T/O and C/R.

 

In the meantime there are many, many more private sector jobs that are "due for a market correction" and face layoffs etc. than C/R or T/O, whichever one the article meant...which of course it isn't, cuz the writer doesn't know what they're talking about.

Yahoo finance is retarded. They don't want anyone to study anything creative in school, if you look at the careers they push. Not to mention, whoever wrote it doesn't understand the difference between a "conductor" and "operator". Not to mention that most cities that have computers operating trains still have someone there to override the system in case of emergency who is on the payroll.

 

If you listen to the idiots that work there, everyone there would study "computer science", "marketing", "health administration", "business administration", and "accounting and actuarial sciences".

 

There would be no teachers, no policemen, no firefighters, no soldiers, no transit workers, no chefs just restaurants that don't make anything (cuz culinary is a "useless" degree), no television or movies or museums since that requires creative expertise, and therefore no order, no education, no transit, and no distraction to get away from the awful corporate mindsuck world that would be.

 

And what a world that would be.

 

Transit will have a need for conductors and train operators well into the future for at least the next generation. Even if you take the pessimistic outlook they can't get rid of even just the conductors - it's unsafe and wouldn't fly politically, and they know it, which is why the closest that's come to that is threatening to classify subways workers as class 1 and 2 instead of T/O and C/R.

 

In the meantime there are many, many more private sector jobs that are "due for a market correction" and face layoffs etc. than C/R or T/O, whichever one the article meant...which of course it isn't, cuz the writer doesn't know what they're talking about.

 

Liability liability liability there never will be opto on many lines . This is just unsafe and irresponsible

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