The current generation of high school students are preparing for college admissions at a time of annually increasing college costs and significant university fiscal deficits, which could diminish the quality of education for all students. In addition, current high school students will join an already inflated number of college grads competing for jobs in a time of historic economic upheaval, which, according to researchers, will likely diminish their wealth accumulation for their lifetimes.
As such, those seeking college admissions should be more discriminating about where they apply to eventually select the college where they’ll further realize their aptitude, thus have the greatest opportunity for economic prosperity and peace of mind.
For more on shifting sentiments about the value of a college education, see our previous posts here, here and here.
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