That's the title of an infographic from The Best Colleges, a Web site that proclaims its mission as being to produce 'independent ranking assessments of colleges in various disciplines'. They permit embedding of the infographic, so here it is. It makes sobering reading.
From: The Best Colleges
I can't help but compare this disastrous situation to the way I earned my degrees. I have four University qualifications: two Bachelors degrees, one post-graduate certificate program, and a Masters degree in Management. I earned all four through part-time study, the two Bachelors degrees by correspondence, the other two through evening classes. I paid for them all up front, year by year, without study loans (although my father helped during the earliest years, as my earning power wasn't sufficient to cope at times). I graduated debt-free (at least as far as my studies were concerned).
Later, as a manager and director, I learned to look for that approach in people wanting jobs. It was my experience that someone who'd worked for three to five years while completing a degree or diploma part-time exhibited far better attitudes, habits and self-discipline than someone who'd gone to university full-time and was looking for his first job. I'd invariably hire the part-time students before the full-time ones, because I knew I'd get more work out of them. They cost more, of course, because they had more skills and experience; but I could make more out of them, too, so it balanced nicely.
Their approach may be contrasted with moonbats like this:
If I ever caught such a dumbass applying for a job in any company I ran, there might just be an immediate auto-da-fé in the parking lot - with all existing staff invited to the celebrations!