Rantings and tirades of a frustrated economist.
We may have a first generation in three that isn't crippled by student loan debt.
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.
Google getting the ball rolling on this.https://www.inc.com/justin-bariso/inside-googles-plan-to-disrupt-college-degree-exclusive.html
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.
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.
Government will not let their propraganda trumpets go under...will it?
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