Bootcamps might be the cure to inequality the WSJ had a story about young people selecting the low-price bootcamp that offers skills in demand minus the burden of student loan debt. The college professor refers to students who attend bootcamps as “drones” yet provides no evidence that a traditional liberal arts college degree provides superior value to the streamlined lean education offered by the bootcamps. Many of the bootcamp instructors possess “real world” experience with connections to companies unlike the many colleges that have a career center with minimum wage jobs. You can obtain the traditional liberal arts education by reading the classics, history, economics, government etc without the college debt while you are earning a good living at a company with valuable skills. College student loan debt has only exacerbated inequality leaving students and parents in a debt depression stuck in low-paying jobs.
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