This is another question many parents ask. Many parents did put themselves through college with jobs waiting tables and similar jobs. So why can’t this generation of college-aged students just do that?
The answer is that, due to the fact that the cost of college has risen so disproportionately over wages, it’s nearly impossible for students to do that. And while students can afford to take on some debt, the student loan crisis has become so monumental that it’s now affecting certain markets–as well negatively impacting our young people’s ability to succeed with their college degrees.
So what’s the correct answer? Tune in for the answer.