Rubio: ‘The Market for Greek Philosophers Has Been Very Tight for 2000 Years’

‘I believe that before you take out the student loan, school should tell you how much people make when they graduate from that school with that degree’

“I’m not saying we are going to get rid of four-year colleges. They are going to remain part of our program. After all, how we going to get college football without them? I am saying this, we can't keep graduating people with degrees that don’t lead to jobs. That is why I believe that before you take out a student loan, the school should tell you how much people make when they graduate from that school with that degree. So, you can decide if it is worth borrowing $50,000 to major and Greek philosophy. After all, the job market for Greek philosophers has been very tight for 2,000 years.”

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