| Monday, April 26, 2004 - 11:02 pm |
Ok, my little country is comming along quite nicely, but I am always stuck at 93% employment and its a little annoying.
Currently all my education priorities are stuck are at 10%. Questions:
1. Should they all be at 10% or should I lower them so as to have a good number of grunt labor.
2. Should I try to make a tiered work level to balance off unemployment, or does all the percentages correlate to each other, like, will 10% under exec produce a number that is synonimous with, say, 10% medium level managers.
And finally, what are good strategies for education priorities.
My thanks. My country is Tsabonayev, if anyone wishes to look at it and give me pointers, i would be much obliged.
| Monday, April 26, 2004 - 11:17 pm |
Also, is there a way to keep corporations out. There are a couple of corporations in my country that are not pulling thier weight, lol.
| Wednesday, April 28, 2004 - 10:38 am |
From my rudimentary Countryplaying experiences:
Adjust edu-prio according to the needs - to employ lowlevel workers etc you need exec and hightech people as well. They work like in groups
say for 10 low lvl it demands one hightech engineer - if the corp lack 1 hightech engineer in this example that means they also will not employ their last 10 lov lvl workers..
Lack 50% of the needed executives and 50% of the total workers in the company will stay unemployed.
Corporations out - keep 80% tax that aint especially interesting for the CEOS.
Else - try to attract active CEOS and cooperate with them(they can buy out the inactives..)
If having a sucsessful country you will need upgrades companies and spend alot of timenursing your companies - who does that bettr than an active CEO ? Makes more time for you planning the more fun part of countrys(my opinion) waging war ;)
| Friday, May 07, 2004 - 02:49 pm |
so what happens if you set all your priorities at say, 8, instead of 10. Do people train in what they want, or does no one train?
| Saturday, May 08, 2004 - 02:04 am |
If the total edu priorities is below 120, you will prouduce less graduates, if it is 120 you will produce maximum numbers of graduates.
Keep the total at 120, and set the priorities to produce the type you need
| Wednesday, May 12, 2004 - 11:18 am |
Remember also that it takes some time for changes to take effect on education lvls.
| Thursday, May 13, 2004 - 02:52 pm |
I have been trying to play with it some, but my employments is hovering at 93.2%
I am either producing way too many teachers and doctors nurses or too little and they close, is a big problem
| Friday, May 14, 2004 - 11:22 am |
93.2% is pretty well done considering your pop constant growth , shifting preferences(upgrading demands less some more some..) etc.
Me myself and I are most satisfied when having above 95%.
Close? what are closing ?