University conspiracy debunks many myths as the belief that Americans with a college degree earns $ 1 million more in lifetime income compared to high school graduates without a college degree.
The most important basic fact that most Americans do not understand 4-year colleges is that most Americans spend 6 years who attend them before graduation. With the enrollment of U.S. inflation for private universities averaged 5.15% over the past half a decade, assuming the same rate of tuition inflation continues, college tuition of $ 30,000 today will have $ 38,563 enrollments in the sixth year of a student attending.
Conspiracy in college, NIA examines the total cost to attend college by factoring in not only rapidly rising tuition fees, but interest payments on student loans, and loss of income that college students have earned if they worked in an average entry-level job that does not require a college degree.
NIA research has found that organizations that helped create and promote the $ 1 million in additional revenue myth, including a General Equivalency Diploma (GED) recipients as graduates of the school.
The truth is that GED recipients are not real high school graduates and are being used to unfairly skew the average income of high school graduates without a college degree.
This has the effect of artificially inflating the amount of additional income for life that college graduates earn more than high school graduates. Conspiracy University shows the actual numbers were never discussed in the media.
The university-industrial complex has created not just myths, hoaxes, but frankly, in order to defraud American students to become servants for life. Three years ago, when 15 new pharmaceutical schools were about to open in the U.S., the sign of the university economists bribed out with bogus research reports showing that the U.S. was experiencing a severe shortage of Pharmacists