Http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/lifestyle/education/fewer_americans_see_the_value_in_a_four_year_college”, 2019)

This article cracks me up because this is the same demographic which highly benefited from the four-year degree more than those who learned a trade decades ago. These people made more money and had more financial freedom and leisure time than the working class did-and now they’re telling us that the college degree isn’t worth it?

Who here would guess as to why that is?

First of all, we have to look at the demographics and second we have to know their philosophies over the course of time. I find it hypocritical and hilarious simultaneously, and I know what their main complaint is-because they’ve admitted it to me.

Does anyone have a guess as to why that is?

 

Http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/lifestyle/education/fewer_americans_see_the_value_in_a_four_year_college”, 2019)

This article cracks me up because this is the same demographic which highly benefited from the four-year degree more than those who learned a trade decades ago. These people made more money and had more financial freedom and leisure time than the working class did-and now they’re telling us that the college degree isn’t worth it?

Who here would guess as to why that is?

First of all, we have to look at the demographics and second we have to know their philosophies over the course of time. I find it hypocritical and hilarious simultaneously, and I know what their main complaint is-because they’ve admitted it to me.

Does anyone have a guess as to why that is?

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