Just pointing out that you're badmouthing the value of higher education while displaying lacking in some of the finer points of grammar.
verb: allot; 3rd person present: allots; past tense: allotted; past participle: allotted; gerund or present participle: allotting
give or apportion (something) to someone as a share or task.
"equal time was allotted to each"
Adv. 1. a lot - to a very great degree or extent; "I feel a lot better"; "we enjoyed ourselves very much"; "she was very much interested"; "this would help a great deal"
a good deal, a great deal, lots, very much, much
No you misunderstand.
There's nothing wrong with getting a College degree.
My point was that its not for everyone AND the Narrative that you can't be successful let alone employable without one is Complete BS.
We make higher education "less expensive" to the individual by increasing the amount covered by the government. But we're not particularly on topic for the monthly factory order data.
But we're not particularly responsive to the needs of business, so I can't see charging them for it. They already do a lot of their own training. For example, my son received a degree from a state school in graphic arts and marketing which the taxpayers subsidized. Meanwhile, he makes great money working in the oil patch, but his employer trained him in the particulars of running the tools and computer software they use to drill the wells. Someone with only a high school diploma could do the job, but the employer requires experience or a college degree, normally in something like petroleum engineering or geology. It's overkill, really.