less than 35% of the 156 Million in the American workforce have college degrees. Still having a college degree in America doesn't guarantee career success and relieves an individual of years of training to become adequate in their profession.<quoted text>This is because of a lack of skills and a habit of making repeated stupid decisions. People who drop out of high school or are too high/drunk to use contraception should EXPECT their lives to suck. MUCH better for their lives to suck than to penalize those who make better decisions in order to shield them from the consequences of their OWN decisions. It's called freedom; security doesn't come unless freedom is used wisely.
I agree about the pursuit of education and family planning decisions, that's why I can't understand the Republican ideology on education funding and family planning decisions.
I can remember when community colleges were free or of minimal cost. Ronald Reagan killed that train. Now as a result there are loads of engineering jobs available approximately 3 million and not many citizens trained in the discipline to tackle those task.