Employment needs and weather forecasts. I believe there are many reasons as to the question ‘WHY” from scientists. The basic component of science is to follow “WHY” it happens and it’s potential effects on other organisms. The word “WHY” allows a scientist to conduct research, experiments, and other fact finding data in order to support their work, efforts and purpose. When a scientist answers the question “WHY” something happens, it also validates their work.
For example: If X is constant and why changes why does the outcome change. Or why does this scientific research affect my everyday living. The question why can lead to life changing medical research and save lives. The question why is a very useful tool in the natural science world.
I chose my news story because I would like to know more about why different bullet injuries have different end results and try to find research to help determine WHY the same types of injuries have different results in different humans. I believe that with scientific research and data, I can then better answer why a ballistics injury varies from person to person even though they suffered they same type of injury.
Predicting future employment needs is much like predicting the weather—forecasts are not 100 percent correct.
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
- Why do organizations create and use employment needs forecasts if they are not accurate?
- What circumstances or conditions make employment needs easier or harder to predict?
- What can be done to improve the accuracy of employment forecasts?