OK, college grads. Yes, I'm aware that there are all kinds of statistics to support the theory that a person with a college degree is more likely to make a comfortable living than those that do not have a degree.
however, are you trying to tell me that if you go to high school, and decide to go to a tech school instead and become a plumber, that you will not make as much income as a teacher?
I mean, a plumber is NEVER out of work. And, when they answer a call, 50% of the time, the person who needs them is willing to pay to fix the problem. I am aware that the work is WORK. And quite often it is work dealing with urine and/or poopies. But, let's get real. Are plumbers in debit for 10+ years from their student loans? While many young men and women are in their sophomore year of college, the young man who trained to be come a plumber is making $$$. And, with very little debit.
My point is, there is a greater demand for a good electrician or plumber than another accountant in a large firm.