Monday, November 16, 2020

College in 2020 is a Joke

A short post by our sponsor, Alex over at Academic Composition.  I had a conversation with him about how now that school is online that cheating is rampant and standards are non-existent.  Also, i was shocked to find out that 70% of people go to college today which means that college truly is worthless. You all know my personal stance on college - STEM or go home - but for any ears that are willing to heed this warning, please, STOP GOING TO COLLEGE!

College is a Joke: So, Laugh with us

Are you tired of the relentlessly PC indoctrination in your classes? Why on earth must you memorize gender pronouns when you're studying business or engineering? Take it from someone who has worked in this business for over a decade: it will only get worse. Year after year, you will have to keep on getting more and more credentials just to stay where you are in your field. It used to be that people went to college in order to advance in their field, now, you have to do that to just tread water. What's more, is that it will cost you far more than it used to, the costs of education have skyrocketed by 400 percent and that trend has no end in sight.

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3 comments:

Jennifer said...

Isn't having someone else write your papers cheating? And have you learned to code?

A Texan said...

Don't bother with anything IT or STEM.

Biden promises to let in more H1's because big tech is just too damn cheap to pay for an American.

Tucanae Services said...

In the IT field, if you are a self study type, you don't need college. Go get a CCNA cert, A LPI or RHCE cert, and a M$ cert. Start knocking on doors. 2yrs after you are in the field no one will be asking your college credentials.