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Gen-Z Says College Degree Not Necessary to Be Successful

A major cultural shift is happening in the nation and it could be bad news for higher education.

A new study shows that Generation Z is less likely to go to college. Gen-Z represents young people between the ages of 13 and 25.

Only 38 percent say a college degree is necessary to be successful in life. That’s according to a survey of 1,500 people by YPulse.

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63 percent of middle school students say they do not need a college degree to be successful.

It’s a dramatic drop in numbers since the days when former President Obama told students that they had to have a college degree to make it in life.

One consulting firm discovered that since the pandemic, college enrollment dropped by about one million students.

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It appears that American students are wising up and they’ve discovered that many universities and colleges are nothing more than breeding grounds for critical race theory and radical sex philosophies.

Some of the smartest, most successful people I know never went to college. And some of the dumbest have a PhD.

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