It stand to reason that if one noble man thinks $90,000 is a justifiable sacrifice to bolster the minimum wages of his employees then something is amiss. [Read more…]
I have talked at length about the elusive vocation, the alternative route to riches. Whether you go to College, embark upon an apprenticeship, or go straight into a job is perhaps something that most teens do not take the right amount of time to consider. We are easily swayed by the norm, by parents/friends/peers and by what society as a whole seem to expect us to do. There are three strands here that make this subject open to continuous debate and change: [Read more…]
A recent article from Yahoo News has been fairly damning of American University students when it comes to “common sense” and in particular their knowledge of politics. Now, it is quite possible that those who do not attend college are equally as lapse in their political awareness but the problem is we expect a little more from those who attended higher education. And this has been a long held debate when it comes to academia in general.