Should schools continue setting up students for failure or begin preparing them for profitable careers?
The question provides some food for thought. If you are choosing an educational program to start a new career you really need to take a step back and take a critical look at what the program you are about to enter into is going to provide you with in the long run.
When we look at the state of the school system today we are looking at the perfection of a machine invented in the 1800s in Germany to control the population and make them cogs in the state wheel. Think about it, everyone is mandated to receive education, but what percentage of those being educated are learning skills and thriving because of what they are learning?
And then ask yourself this harder question, what exactly are most schools focused on, are they focused on teaching real skills that translate into actual tasks that will need to be performed in a specified career? Or aren’t most schools focused on putting students into neat rows, keeping them quiet, and teaching abstract concepts to make them “well-rounded” in their ideas and good “critical thinkers.”
Every day we are told that we need a “good” education in order to get a “good” job and make “good” money. What these well-intentioned advisors don’t themselves understand is that the purpose of state education is for individuals to perform some state function--more often than not that means being a state mashed potato robot, a cog in the rat-race wheel. Politically, individually, and essentially sterilized in every aspect of life.
Not all education is equal because not all education is directed toward a profitable career.
Education is politics; it is about brainwashing people to vote so-and-so’s party into office and get them in power so that they can control you--not so you can make money and provide for your future and family.
What you need to do if you truly want to be educated to get money is to choose a program that is built to give people the actual tools they will need and with those tools and skill sets a guaranteed job in the field they are being trained in. That certainly isn’t the case for so many people in so many countries who decide to major in one field only to graduate and find themselves unable to find profitable employment anywhere.
There are a number of education programs that are top-notch that focus on staying out of politics and make it their number one goal to give students a specific skill in a trade that there is a specific need for. These companies work in close relationship with the school and students and throughout the course of these students’ education they receive real work that is tracked and evaluated by the company. Through this dynamic relationship between school and business, businesses are able to take a personal role in tracking each student’s performance so that even before they have graduated they are performing functions for actual positions that need to be filled by the companies that will be employing them. What’s more because these students are actually doing real work (as opposed to invented abstract work like in the state school system) these students begin getting paid for their work sometimes in the very first month of their schooling which is a terrific incentive to learn fast and perform tasks well.
So when someone says I need to retrain and reeducate to make more money don’t do a knee-jerk reaction and say that schooling will just get you in debt. The right programs are super affordable and you can make money in them almost immediately jumpstarting your profitable new profession so that you can begin living the lifestyle that suits you and your family.
Amidst a host of advantages, one thing unique about the Quicksle Education is that the school offers graduates 2 opportunities highly attractive programs to support their ventures into personal businesses.
Every career path created by the school offers a complete life-picture and autonomy, so graduates can live a stress-free, care-free lifestyle packed with company advantages that include:
Let’s face it you have to make a living one way or another. It is a bad idea to throw away your education into a system designed to stifle wealth and create government robots.
There is no better time step down off the mainstream education steam engine that is headed nowhere and to start on a pathway toward financial balance, psychological comfort, and begin enjoying all of the advantages that come from a profitable career!