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200 Schools considering cutting hours to save money

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SirGalahad, 5 Jul 2019.

  1. ellal

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    So what will be the jobs available for humans?
     
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  3. JohnD

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    If, in 1980, somebody had said "website designer" "i-pad salesman" "Blogger" and "Uber driver" you wouldn't have know what they were talking about.

    Who knows what the jobs of the future will be?

    Dripflange degausser? bionic destresser? Chakra aligner?
     
  4. jonbey

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    Data Scientist is the latest thing - somebody has to manage the machines!

    Marketing and propaganda / publicist / spokesperson - we can never let the machines do that job!
     
  5. JohnD

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    It's not a job of the future if you already know what it is.

    Look back....

    Mr. Burns' investment portfolio includes long-defunct shares in "Confederated Slave Holdings, Trans-atlantic Zeppelin, Amalgamated Spats, Congreve's Inflammable Powders, U.S. Hay", and an "up-and-coming Baltimore Opera Hat Company".[72]
     
  6. EddieM

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    It's not worth worrying about, no one knows. AI is again rearing its head as it has done in the 50's, 60's,70's,80's,90's,00's. My guess, and a pure guess is advanced BioTech.
     
  7. jonbey

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    Well, Britain might need more farmers soon!
     
  8. SirGalahad

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    The list gets longer, add social scientist and economist to your medical skills. You seem to be full of inane opinions.

    Why didnt you send your kids to private school, or why did you use the NHS?

    So people should consume less, thats very socialist of you, not very capitalist at all.
     
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  9. SirGalahad

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    It goes something like this.

    Typical RWR.

    Screw these poor working people, they made bad decisions, tough if they cant afford childcare, they shouldnt have kids.

    Poor people need a tradesman or mechanic, they ask around the RWR quote them, which they cant afford so find some cheap foreign tradesman.

    RWR angry he is losing business and blames Foreigners.

    Rinse and Repeat.
     
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    Actually they are. All schools have a duty of care towards the sprogs whether they are in lessons or not, as long as the child is on the school property.

    Boyo.
     
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    A lot of schools have done away with caretakers, relying on teachers to do odd jobs, a lot of schools employ teaching assistants, why? are teachers unable to teach without someone holding their hand ? Some head teachers are on a 6 figure salary, costs could be cut by getting rid of teaching assistants, they could also cut summer holiday's and have longer winter breaks, save on the cost of heating, I know the schools will have to be heated to a certain extent, but not as high as would be needed to keep pupils & teachers comfortable.
     
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    What's RWR ? RIGHT WING ranker?


    Buffoon how do you think all companies profiteer in all industrries In the UK. They say It's good we have immigrants from all of Europe and beyond which translate it's good because we pay them a lower wage than UK employees and pocket the profit. The government can support the rest who are under paid and unable to afford living in the uk. Who cops the bill. In turn resident uk workers are offered lower salaries it's a downward spiral. Look at the NHS for example.

    This is happening in my industry also from all angles in fact.

    Sorry what.. but if you cant afford multiple kids don't have them what gives you the right to feel it's right for me to pay for these people who haven't studied and worked for 30 years solid to earn a decent wage why should I pay for their 4 kids plus when I can only afford X and budget as such.
    How old are you? Obviously wet behind the ears still. Get in the real world boy.

    Whatever next you'll be claiming women aren't allowed abortions due to human rights. Ok I need to leave this place to catch up with real world intelligence.. have a nice evening everyone time for beer garden and undo all my weeks good living.
     
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  14. SirGalahad

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    School class sizes have increased, one teacher cant teach 30 kids in a classroom themselves.

    Typical blaming schools and teachers for cuts.

    Btw the headteachers on 6 figure salaries are heads of Academies brought in by the Tory government, private organisations siphoning off money whilst state run schools suffer. One of Gove policies.

    RWR really have some mental issues they warp reality.
     
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    They managed before, so if they had 29 kids they could cope now? Some state school heads are on 6 figure salaries, not just academies. A typical response from a loony left apologist.
     
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    You have absolutely no fecking clue.
     
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    That could apply to any place anywhere but just because you have a duty of care towards children on your premises, if it’s not your primary service, you don’t HAVE to have them on the premises. They come in, receive their tutoring, they go home. Pillock.
     
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