At a dinner with President Obama in February, Steve Jobs said Apple could manufacture in the U.S. if community colleges, tech and trade schools trained “factory engineers,” writes Walter Isaacson in his biography of the high-tech leader.
It's admirable when college graduates are determined to work in their dream job, no matter if it pays six figures or diddly squat. Unfortunately, it's also rare.
Before the inevitable realization that money doesn't always equal happiness, students enter their college years in a green haze. In other words, they want a job where they can earn lots of green -- which means majoring in something to take them there.
The good news is that the average starting salary for some professions is rising.
HP is shutting down its mobile hardware business and will stop making the TouchPad tablet and smartphones as the company looks to sharpen its focus on cloud, solutions and software for enterprise, commercial and government markets.
HP said it will discontinue operations for webOS devices during the fourth quarter of this year because the devices have not met internal milestones and financial targets. The news means the end of the line for mobile devices under the Palm brand, which HP acquired last year.
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