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I applaud you for your efforts to Hell the disadvantaged. Do you have any feedback if you have been successful?

How much effort would be needed to bring your example into line as you would have it? Is your ideal even achievable? Suppose the interest in pursuing your career choice (chemistry) just isn’t there amongst your audience? Do you even give your audience credit for choosing what it’s members want to do rather than what you want them to do? Maybe they don’t want to do chemistry. My point is, people are allowed to choose their own paths in our country. At what point is demanding a certain “make up” of an industry too much governmental oversight? You cannot force someone into a career in which he or she does not find fulfillment.
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