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Old 09-02-2006, 10:42 PM   #21
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In the west one shouldn't assume the educational attainment of a service worker.
I wouldn't assume that anywhere, east, west, north, south, in the US, or even in Africa.* *Circumstances result in very awkward situations.* *From 1975 to around 1985, half a million Vietnamese left their country to become immigrants all over the world.* No matter what their education were, almost all started working menial jobs.
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Re: The Brainest Cities in The US.
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I wouldn't assume that anywhere, east, west, north, south, in the US, or even in Africa. Circumstances result in very awkward situations. From 1975 to around 1985, half a million Vietnamese left their country to become immigrants all over the world. No matter what their education were, almost all started working menial jobs.
After WW2, many DPs (displaced persons) came to the US from Central Europe. A factory in the small town where I grew up sponsored several families. Several of them had PhDs and had been professors in the Old Country.

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When are they coming out with a list of the stupidest cities.
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