Struggling Cities Lure Entrepreneurial College Grads
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  • Jim__L

    Um. Can we please get realistic students in these programs? If you just go with the idealists, they’re not likely to get very far.

    Although, maybe you can’t get very far with the realists with a “program” mentality.

    • Andrew Allison

      Doesn’t “‘Smart people should be building things,’ said Andrew Yang” address this?

  • vepxistqaosani

    In the age of “you didn’t build that”, Obamacare, and an ever-growing regulatory state, it makes perfect sense to opt for consultancy and finance over actually, well, making things.

    This is unlikely to change any time soon.

    • Kavanna

      Especially if you’re carrying a huge student debt burden.

      People have yet to get the truth, that the Democrats are the party of cronyistic plutocracy, driven by finance capitalism — with the Fed at your back and swimming in a sea of imaginary wealth.

  • Kavanna
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