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Published: Tuesday, Sept. 10 2013 5:00 p.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Working and living in poverty is an improved labor condition? Their aren't that many new jobs to suck students out of the fake degree programs. College and higher eduction has run out of jobs that never existed anyway. Colleges and government were promising high paying jobs with a degree but illegal aliens are still destroying the economy an prosperity of eduction claims.

A college education has no future and the economy is saturated with people with degrees and no jobs. All the experienced workers of manufacturing, industry, and corporations have been forced out of work and jobs that have been discontinued and there is no where to go.

This is a predictable event with the governemnt and business interference with education and OJT degrees. Workers taking on 3 or more jobs to sustain poverty does not leave time for costly education debts they are struggling to cope with.

The schools have served their purpose and the job market is saturated with marginal specialized education and the crash is coming. Maybe the colleges need to move their campuses to Mexico or China where progress and prosperity are on the increase.

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