Point in case : education. At the moment, high tech businesses struggle to find enough employees. Experienced developers are extremely expensive and in short supply. Graduates are very rarely up to date with the latest technologies, so the businesses have to finish their education at a large cost, while the students get into debt studying for out of touch degrees. How about these businesses fund their education? Part time university, part time on the job training?
I know what you're thinking. I've gone off the rails again. Gone completely loopy. All this is impossible. It's your opinion. Getting a seemingly impossible result does require supernatural amounts of dedication and conviction, and a certain amount of insanity. Enough insanity to doubt the established order, to question the current status-quo. In dreams begins responsibilities is more than a short story. I could also quote Einstein "If the idea is not at first absurd, then there is no hope for it". I dare to dream of absurd ideas. Frankly, it beats standing alone in an empty, steam free steam room.
Post-scriptum : The people have prevailed, the steam room is nearly back to its best and I can now again enjoy getting sweaty after, well, getting sweaty.