Nineteen percent of jobs in our
country could be done without
reading or writing we were told
in 1981 at a teachers’ gathering.
Thirty four percent of jobs could
be done without reading or writing
at the outbreak of World War II
forty years earlier.
Few jobs are left that do not need
reading or writing now nearly forty
years after our teacher gathering.
So many jobs require training
with reading or writing work.
Challenges increase constantly
building up high stress levels
for the dyslexic born with poor
reflexes, unco-ordinations in the
brain, poor balance, with difficulties
in reading and writing.
The great surge of electronic devices
with screens multiplies them many
times, many times over.