Smartest Hoosier Ever 8/7

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Q: Half of people under the age of 21 don’t think they need this anymore.

A: A college education.

The colleges may have finally priced themselves out of the market.  I guess raising tuition over 200 percent in a couple of decades will do that. According to a new study, HALF of people under 21 today say they don’t think college is necessary anymore.  And 89% have considered doing something other than a traditional four-year college like online courses, trade school, or learning on the job. Their parents haven’t adjusted yet, though.  96% of parents say they still expect their kids to go to college.


Brittany Shipe of Indianapolis won 4 tickets on the Platform presented by Subway for the Jason Aldean show on Friday, August 23rd at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center and a $20 Subway gift card.