http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/20/us/politics/hillary-clinton-speech-millennials.html Article has more. Read it and assume nothing from the snippet presented here. Assume that disclaimer for all posts I start with quotes and with excerpts as anyone can read any quoted excerpt and try to put it out of context when the only goal is to put out something to get people to read the whole thing and few of us here have degrees in marketing. The one thing I will say is, and this is aimed at no single person or company in particular since the media has spouted the issue hundreds if not thousands of times over the last decade or more, but Obama and other political and corporate leaders keep saying the same thing about needing educated people, yet the only thing people have seen are stagnated wages and huge student loan debts and companies (that demand people with college degrees as a job qualifier, so no degree=no job = no choice) saying the college educated aren't good enough as to why they won't hire or train here to compensate for what those pitiful colleges have done in fleecing students, never mind other tangents. Not even for "entry level" jobs where that pretty much implies "no experience" and how the "entry level" staff get to learn and move forward since that's part of the point of the designation "entry level", which is the most bizarre aspect of it all when said company demands 5 years' experience plus $75k (or more, with ease) 4-year degree for that "entry level" job. Are these companies ran by people lacking critical thinking skills? Or wanting to make students wanting to contribute to society nothing more than neo-indentured servants? We should all be helping each other lift each other up, in this country. Not tearing it apart without realizing it.