A good friend who has been CEO of a large technology firm for many years made the comment to me several days ago that you could not find qualified job applicants these days. Then I found this in an AJC story today:

"Siemens Corp., for example, has 3,000 job openings, but more than half require science, technology, engineering and math-related skills, areas that are in decline among college graduates."

This reminds me of a lady Sean Hannity interviewed yesterday who had dialed in from NYC and Occupy Wall Street. She was unemployed......and held a master's degree in "social work." A degree from the vaunted Columbia no less.

Do you think it odd that Siemens is not looking for social workers?