Tuesday, May 04, 2004

Can your child make the grade at trade school? 

Well, this report is good news.

I have been teaching undergraduates for five years at UT and spent a year assisting a professor at USM. A constant problem had been advising undergraduates. The field of child & family studies may be unique in this aspect, but I doubt the phenomenon is rare. Many undergraduates want to graduate from college and earn a lot of money. I have fought the urge to tell them to quit the university and go to trade school. In child development, the average graduate will earn less than a public school teacher. This is not the profession to earn money. It is the profession to help young children and families.

The profession to earn money is electrician and ASE certified mechanic.

More later.


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