What are the 10 ways that it seems to be cruel for a very affluent parent to assert that his/her
college graduate son or daughter MUST take a job after graduation even it is a job beneath the latter's educational level?
A neighbor who is an extremely high ranking executive asserted that her son, a recent college graduate, is to take a job as an administrative assistant in a corporation. The son naturally balked at the suggestion, indicating that the job was beneath his educational level. He told her that he WOULDN'T take the position and is giong to wait until a job more commensurate with his education level comes along. His major is communications.
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 years ago
As a parent, if your teenage daughter wanted to date a boy from a poorer background, would youforbid it? The premise here is that boys from poorer backgrounds have absolutely nothing to offer girls from more...
by Wayne Brown5 years ago
Why is it that money seems to be the only answer to our educational problems in America?Forever it seems Americans have thrown billions and billions of dollars at the education process with little satisfaction. When...
by Grace Marguerite Williams23 months ago
Affluent/educated parents out there, what dating, relationship, & marriage advice would you give toyour children? Would you always advise them to only date, enter into a relationship with, &/or marry a...
by Stephanie Hicks5 years ago
What are the top 5 considerations for a parent or guardian that wishes to home schoolWrite a hub about the factors that should go into a decision whether or not to home school a child
by Jake Brannen5 years ago
My account seems to have frozen up in some ways. Is anybody else experiencing this?My hub view count has not changed since yesterday. For example, I posted a new hub last night that has a comment and has been featured,...
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