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Curtis Houck
On ABC, Rahm Emanuel literally says a Biden White House should tell people laid off from retail stores like JC Penney to learn to code. He actually said this. Amazing.
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Curtis Houck Nov 6
Replying to @CurtisHouck
"There's going to be people like at JC Penney and other retail, those jobs are not coming back. Give them the tools, six monthsm you're going to become a computer coder, we'll pay for it and you'll get millions of people to sign up for it."
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Yuns Pack 4-life Nov 6
That really is their only strategy on the economy.
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Urzl Gurzl Nov 6
We need green energy jobs. Manufacturing *other* than petroleum products and cars would also be good. Also, just straight up rebuilding bridges, filling potholes and replacing aging critical infrastructure. There's a ton of work that needs doing, why is it always coding?
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AmishDude Nov 6
I was told by Twitter that was hate speech.
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Flagon of Rice Nov 7
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Dr. Bombay Nov 6
In addition to the hypocrisy, it’s absolute shit advice. It takes years to learn this at a professional level and the entry-level jobs are all done offshore. This is not a field where you can earn anything with 6 months of training.
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potato doritos Nov 6
wasn't there a period 10 years ago where all the laid off entry to mid level coders had to train their overseas/slave visa replacements
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Boss Tweed Nov 6
Leaning to code isn't that easy
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K❄rry βšΎοΈπŸπŸ·πŸ•β˜˜ Nov 7
He's channeling 1987 here. Didn't work then and won't work now without incentives...
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I'm a programmer. It's hard work. Takes a certain kind of person to do it. Most fast-food workers can't get my no-cheese order right or give change without it being spelled out, what's make you think they can troubleshoot any markup language?
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Nicolas Bray Nov 6
Lmao, I just noticed "markup language".
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