Horticulture And Skilled Labor

Discussion in 'Gardening, Plant Propegation, & Farming' started by Pragmatist, Feb 4, 2020.

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  1. Pragmatist

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    real courses for real people..... interesting thought.... ;)
     
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    The problem is not enough interest in hands on skill training. The problem is it cost more to provide this training. Most high schools and colleges opt for the cheaper route. The trade courses (when offered) always have more applicants than seats available, at least here in the USA.
     
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    I agree, @TMT Tactical , and the old ways of "apprenticeships" have all but disappeared.
     
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    despite that article there is very little appetite especially among younger people in the UK to do farming or horticultural work, its long hours for low pay .
     
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