Skip to comments.Students and parents rejecting costly college loan burden
Posted on 03/08/2014 5:14:01 PM PST by usalady
Students and parents rejecting costly college loan burdens Higher education accompanied by student debt is losing its appeal for many college-age Americans and their parents. The result could be a move by many colleges and universities to find ways to cut costs and even offer tuition discounts.
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That Master’s Degree in Minority Lesbian Women Studies ain’t paying off?
Starbucks has the best educated baristas that Daddy’s money can buy. Sad.
Gender Studies - what a waste. But it is funny they have to pay so much for being dimwits. You have to wonder qhat their parents think...unless they’re gay
Advice to parents: send your kids to community colleges close to home, and make them live at home. By then they (the kids) might have an inkling what, if anything, they want to do. Sending a 17 year old kid off to be on their own, imo, is very unwise. They’re suddenly thrust into the company of other children, with no supervision, all who merely want to have a good time. No wonder we have children majoring in Contemporary Lesbian Psychotherapeutic Existential Moments in Education.
You mean the ol’ Masters in Lesbian Bondage isn’t a ticket to a corner office? How devastating.
If this trend continues, it’s a bad outcome for Democrats.
Big Education is a major funding mechanism for them.
I’m surprised Obama hasn’t ruled that “not all knowledge comes from college” commercial by Mike Rowe off the air by exec order.
usalady wrote: The reality is there are millions of students that took on student debt, in some cases reaching $100 thousand, that did little to improve their chances for employment. Many of them are ending up in jobs that do not require a college degree.
or many of these low level jobs that really don’t need a college degree now have a coolege degree as a requirement
Well, they could always write crappy blogs at Examiner.
You could do what I do and just write a check for it.
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