Cameron and Leland discuss how college has become so expensive, it’s the product is no longer worth the price.
The new economy will require intellectual flexibility and curiosity and a willingness to learn new skills to keep up with evolving technology. Many of the jobs we hold today will be automative in a matter of a few years. What skills do you have that will allow you to thrive in a world of new and exciting economic opportunity? Colleges should focus on developing the skills of learning and critical thinking so that the workers and entrepreneurs of the future can be flexible enough to adjust their path when old markets go away, existing markets change and new markets emerge.