As the economy improves some new jobs will become available but some of the old ones, such as manufacturing jobs, will no longer be available in such large numbers as before. These manufacturing jobs for the most part have been shipped over seas or their pay has been dropped so much that no "American" would be willing to take the pay cut. Francis explains that since many old jobs are disappearing and different ones are being created, the only way to keep up with the growth of the country is education. He explains that people must go back and "retrain" (go to college) so they will have marketable skills that can get them a decent job. The people currently preparing to go into the workforce also need to make sure they equipped them selves with skills that are necessary to get a job in the near future, and hopefully get them by the rest of their lives. Francis also points out that as college become more important, the cost has gone up significantly. So, for those who can't afford the big universities, community college is a decent plan B that can still help these unemployed get back on their feet. Other wise, people will remain unemployed and keep this cycle of recovery from reaching it's full potential.