Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
One of the comments there pointed to another article that this logic even extends to the STEM fields. Not only will you me much more likely to graduate with a STEM degree if you go to a small school, but you'll better off after graduation if you were a big fish in a tiny pond than a middle of the road Ivy League student. Pretty eye opening. http://anthonysdesk.com/so-you-want-to-be-an-engineer-consider-this/
I guess that's one
Time for this firm to get flooded by all the unemployed grads from said third tier toilets for a job.
Aaron,when I googled the term "millenial" and clicked news: here is what I got in the results:https://news.google.com/news/story?ncl=dfHHatqd_Y_liwMV4DA8JmkZexruM&q=millennials&lr=English&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CCwQqgIwAGoVChMIr-_I8q-DxwIVg2nbCh3__QPKThanks for reminding me why the boomers are the fucking worst most revolting generation of our lifetime.
These days an Ivy League education = Daddy's check clearedWolfgang
Well, why bother when it seems that the products of any university are so similar that you can't tell them apart?http://www.isegoria.net/2015/07/universities-are-an-illusion/Phil B
So much truth in this meme:https://img.4plebs.org/boards/pol/image/1386/17/1386179661714.png
When I think of Boomers, I think more along the line of "Old Economy Steve:"http://www.quickmeme.com/Old-Economy-Steven/?upcoming
Well either that, Wolfgang, or one is a member of a Preferred Species.Either way works equally well. And it has for a number of years. Or do you think that the Muslim in Chief actually EARNED good grades???
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