CH1 L55: Education – part IV (universities, inflation, and absurdity I)

In the last post, we discussed that the science era had prioritized trained people, thus a new competition had come to existence: climbing the educational hierarchy whose rewards were mainly better job opportunities, making more money and higher social status [1]. Limitations create competitions and the outcome has some winners or losers. For example, If a university had the capacity […]

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