I don't, but that is probably due to the fact that I live in a city. Nevertheless, the fact remains that just because some people would like a job doesn't mean it's a good idea to have that job regardless of the other factors that come into play.Your right an Art History Major might not go to work on an assembly line but I can think of allot of 18-25 Year Old Americans that would go work on an assembly line.
I would love to go work on an assembly line that paid me $500k, but the market won't bear it, so I can't. Accordingly, I had to get my **** together and find another career. There's no reason why other 18-25 year olds can't/don't do the same.
And that's probably why those jobs are dying out. A high school dropout or even a high school graduate is probably not worth $14/hr at entry-level.Oh and the last time I check most entery level assembly jobs start out around $14-16 per hour.