Is College Really Worth It?

College was a great thing for a world without the internet. But all the knowledge and skills you would have developed there in the past can be done in so many other ways now that the value of college has drastically decreased.

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We're all told as children, that without college we have no real future, and then we are tricked into getting student loans and causing 20+ years of financial stress for a piece of paper. Average college degree will cost you over $12 per hour. If it’s still free get my book. Link is on my channel banner.

So if I am going to a top 3% school, is it ok? Im going in the fall to the University of Miami. Only taking 7k a year out in loans for indirect and direct

yeah and what if you don't go ? how are you planing on doing it , give us some real shit don't tell us not to go and then stop . give us an alternative to do if we don't go

At a dinner reception the other night, Malcolm Gladwell was previewing some of the statistics on Ivy League schools and it seems that they're enrollment numbers haven't changed even though the denominator of students applying to get in has significantly increased… so basically it was 6,000 admitted in 1950 and 6,000 admitted in 2018, even though the applicants are 100 times that. In a nutshell, very few kids are getting in to the schools where the education is "ROI positive" so-to-speak

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