50 years ago, most people spent only a few years in school before they entered job market. In my time, more and more people had tertiary education. In fact, many girls did not even have access to education.
In the past one and half year, as I go back to school to take up MBA study, I discovere that many of my course mates have little or no working experience, and they are studying full time.
When I was a poor undergraduate student, I rode a cheap motorcycle to the campus. Today, vast majority of my MBA course mates drive, even the non-working ones.
My sister, who lives in
No wonder a BusinessWeek article asks this question: Is Raising Kids a Fool’s Game?