| Thursday, December 09, 2004 - 11:26 am |
I think both of you might have missed Emperor Duble'tar's point:
My experience has been that workers are untrained (that might explain their ability to change status--llw-mlw-hlw), and that having a high education index results in more trained employees and less untrained workers. Either you can lower your education index, or you can set your education priorities to a lower total. If you set the total to 70 (maybe even lower), you shouldn't have to worry about school closures, and you might be able to reverse your trend of d(workers)/dt < 0.