Do College Students Need More Exposure to the Workplace?
Nicole Dieker

I found the faculty members being dismissive of their students’ future employment prospects amusing. If the story captured their thoughts correctly, the faculty don’t particularly care what happens to the students after graduation. The students are cash cows to be milked as much as possible until they graduate, then the students are on their own. Of course, the teachers will presumably claim that corporations are heartless, not them.

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