by Haley Osborne
March 03, 2016
This article’s going to bluntly set the record straight and explain why modern students increasingly hate college and turn to essay writing services for help. Is it just the unwillingness to wake up in the morning and go to classes? Boring lectures? Poor grades? Teacher-student relations? We believe there is much more about the college hating issue and we are going to dig deeper. It’s not going to be pretty so be forewarned. Read at your own risk and enjoy!
Reason #1: Students Feel Forced Into It
Many youngsters see no other good options, it’s “student debt or bust.” The workforce seems in rapid systemic decay and the military isn’t their cup of tea. For whatever reason, these folks don’t believe they’re ready to be entrepreneurs. So, while they go through the motions and get decent grades perhaps, their heart really isn’t in it because they feel backed into a corner where college is the only escape.
Reason #2: College is Earning a Bad Rap
In the Western World “college” is definitely on the decline. 60% of college graduates are living at home with parents or working minimum wage jobs that don’t technically even require a high school diploma. The central banks high-jacked college educated and turned it into a debt-disbursement mechanism that few students seem to be benefiting from and the overall morale is suffering.
Reason #3: The Costs are Getting Ridiculous
It’s insane. In America over the last 30 years the price of a general college degree has risen by over 1000%! Interest rates have also gone up, along with the amount of student loans (over a trillion in the student loan bubble so far) bogging down the system. The whole mess wanes on the minds of students…
Reason #4: Social Anxiety & Awkwardness
Some college cultures are awesome beyond words, while others are hell holes for those that aren’t socially proficient or who haven’t yet matured enough to get along with the general college-going crowd.
Reason #5: High School Days are OVER!
In high school they were kick ass. In high school they were popular. In high school they rolled with the cool kids. In high school they were someone. Then they arrive on a four year college campus as a freshmen and find out that a) all that’s gone and b) they aren’t nearly as talented as they thought. This happens often in music departments, among thespians, sports, the arts, etc.