Does anyone feel that going to college is more a waste of time and/or money more than not? I went to college and struggled to find a job and not even in the field that I studied. I didn't have years of experience when I graduated and that is what seem to be the job-catcher; experience. Im almost at the point where I may not encourage my boys to go to college as much as I am to choose a career path earlier (in your teens) and gain experience in it, ASAP. I feel like I wasted my time and money and that's a sucky feeling that I don't want my kids to go through. Just curious, does anyone else feel this way?
My degree is in Hospitality Management and I also went to culianry school for 2 years after that and studied baking. Im learning by most of these responses that it definitely pays to specialize in something specific (that's definitely lucrative).
Also, does anyone think that an online degree is less credible than going to a "brick and mortar" school?