Monkeys, I was going through this
http://fortune.com/2016/05/23/homeownership-millen... on Fortune which said that the American dream is not possible without a college degree.
Many people assume that record-low rates of homeownership among young adults is a consequence of high student loan debts, but new research by Apartment List shows that's not necessarily the case. A much bigger problem: Low wages, and high housing prices, especially for millennials without a college degree.
The report goes on to say that it would take the average person without a college degree 15 years to be able to afford to buy a house, or five years more than a college grad with student debt. And this is an optimistic case.
Do you think that the society places a premium on education? Can we make it a more level playing ground for the weaker economic sections?
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