Worthless Degree Awareness Month comes to a close and goes out like a bitch in heat.
The Great One has three things.
Four if you count his enormous cock.
1. A Martini.
2. No regard for your fucking feelz.
Let the pain begin.
If you came for anger, ranting and hate you came to the right place.
Blacks should learn how to research careers to see the salary potential, if it is in demand, job growth, and the prerequisite steps. Furthermore, if they choose the college route, blacks should learn how to make a wise decision on the type of major they pursue, finding available scholarships, work study programs, and outside grants.
Why the fuck aren’t blacks and everyone else learning this in 12 FUCKING YEARS OF PUBLIC EDUCATION. ALL PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS SHOULD BE FUCKING EXTERMINATED LIKE THE VERMIN THEY ARE.
Colleges and universities are avoiding federal punishment for high student-loan default rates by hiring consultants who encourage borrowers to delay payments on their loans, even if that will cost them and taxpayers more in the long run, Congress’s nonpartisan watchdog found.
No shit? Are you fucking retarded? How did you not know this?
In the next chart, we categorize student loan holders by the selectivity of the college they attended and by the major they pursued. Using Barron’s Profile of American Colleges (2001) ranking of college competitiveness, we classify four-year colleges into two categories: “selective” (colleges ranked “competitive” or above by Barron’s) and “nonselective.” In addition, we classify students into one of four fields, based on their major: “Arts and Humanities” (majors such as languages, sociology, theater), “Business and Law” (economics, legal studies, management), “STEM” (science, technology, engineering, mathematics), and “Vocational” (aviation, cosmetology, welding).
In analysis not reported here, we find that Arts majors have the highest overall default rates, while STEM majors default at the lowest rates.
Both Business and Vocational majors default at higher rates than STEM majors, but at rates closer in magnitude to STEM majors than to Arts majors. Next, we separate students not only by major, but also by school selectivity; the chart below presents patterns at age thirty-three. We find that students attending nonselective colleges have higher default rates no matter what they study. Arts majors have the highest default rates regardless of college selectivity, but major matters much more among students at nonselective colleges: the gap in default rates between the best performing major and worst performing major is much smaller (3 percentage points by age thirty-three) among students at selective colleges than among students at nonselective colleges (8 percentage points by age thirty-three).
STEM majors default at lower rates. Arts majors default at the highest rate. Anyone surprised by this?
More than 60 percent of college graduates borrow to pay for their four-year degrees, and on average, the debt totals more than $29,000 by the time graduation day rolls around. But despite higher debt levels and the growing ranks of indebted college graduates, very few recent graduates with four-year degrees default on their student loans. That’s because the number of recent bachelor’s-degree-graduates-cum-Starbucks-baristas who borrowed and then defaulted on their federal student loans is tiny.
Those with bachelor’s degrees many not be working at Starbucks on the whole, but some are and others are still waiting tables, bartending or beertending. Or in one case I know, teaching yoga.
A new national poll of America’s 18- to 29-year-olds by Harvard’s Institute of Politics (IOP), located at the Kennedy School of Government, finds that nearly two-thirds (64%) of young Americans have more fear than hope about the future of democracy in America.
For the first time, the Harvard Public Opinion Project asked a series of questions about how responsible 18- to 29-year-olds believed different groups were for the existing problems in American politics and society today. Politicians were viewed as very or somewhat responsible by at least 7-in-10 young Americans, regardless of political affiliation. Money in politics and the media were mentioned by at least 6-in-10 Democrats, Republicans and Independents.
Young Democrats under 30 blamed politicians (77% responsible), Donald Trump (77% responsible), money in politics (75% responsible), structural racism (69% responsible) and lack of access to higher education (66% responsible) as the most significant factors responsible for the state of politics and society today.
The top five factors Republicans believe are responsible are: the media (72%), politicians (70% responsible), political correctness (64% responsible), money in politics (63% responsible), with other Americans (45%), a distant fifth.
And now let the smackdown begin.
Ready yourself for great pain.
You think that hurt? Suck on this.
And now for the finishing move.
The Great One 3:16 says I just whopped your ass!
Send some commies to Canada. They said they would go if the Trumpenfuhrer was elected President but they are too dumb to figure out Canada is to the north and too poor to get there ’cause they have liberal arts degrees. Commies To Canada.
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