The conventional wisdom is that we live in a knowledge economy with an ever-growing need for skilled workers. The assumed passport into the knowledge economy has been a college degree; with that piece of paper you would get a good job and live a middle class lifestyle or better.
While vocational careers are available to those without a college degree, those careers have been perceived as “inferior.” Unfortunately, in today’s economy, these beliefs do not conform to reality and can contribute to unnecessary hardship.
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