Thursday, March 11, 2021

The College Bubble Deflates

We may have a first generation in three that isn't crippled by student loan debt.

7 comments:

A Texan said...

Trade jobs like plumbers with a license can make in the $50k's with a bit of training. Hard work, but there is a demand. Down the line, become a city inspector or a project manager for a plumbing company or start your own.

Even STEM fields are overrated and have become infected with the D.I.E (Duh-versity, Inclusion, Equity) mentality.

Ricky Rari said...

Google getting the ball rolling on this.
https://www.inc.com/justin-bariso/inside-googles-plan-to-disrupt-college-degree-exclusive.html

Ricky Rari said...

Google getting the ball rolling on this.
https://www.inc.com/justin-bariso/inside-googles-plan-to-disrupt-college-degree-exclusive.html

Ricky Rari said...

Google getting the ball rolling on this.
https://www.inc.com/justin-bariso/inside-googles-plan-to-disrupt-college-degree-exclusive.html

J Brown said...

Now, my young economists, is the time to get your associates degree at your local community college. It will be worth something in a couple of years. The pendulum swings.

I shall enjoy the decline watching from my rocking chair as you pay your taxes.

Looking forward to Cleary's new book on how the 50 years+ crowd can get the giirlzzs.

Unknown said...

Good news for sure. But something inside me tells me that the $1.9 trillion dollar “Covid relief” has lots of money in it earmarked for colleges and universities.

Un Americano said...

Government will not let their propraganda trumpets go under...will it?