'The Case For Working With Your Hands' By Matthew B. Crawford

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When it comes to the topic of going to college, most of us will readily agree that college will be worth the cost. However, is it really? My own view is that college is not worth it. Ultimately, it’s a waste of time, salary increases aren’t keeping up with the wage growth, and just way too much money. As explained in the article “The Case for Working with Your Hands” by Matthew B. Crawford, we don’t only have regular classes in school, but also shop classes that have an artificial learning environment where we learn through kinesthetic learning. We have those classes because there are jobs in the world that are hands on. For instance, when something goes wrong with a car people don’t just go out and buy a new one. They take the car to an auto-mechanic

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