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cho-uc92515d"learning" from college's pov :
"Oh, have I also mentioned that 80% of what you learn here will be useless if you decide to have a career outside of academics?
But it's totally worth it though because our society still value high our piece of paper called accreditation"
Learning from my unicersity's point of view was, "here's the coursework and some lecture. If you're worth a fuck we will notice and you'll get personal time and lab work as work study. If you're useless wrote the check fuck off and hope we don't fail you."
Learning is a continuous process throughout the course of your life. Analytical knowledge, the ability to derive from first principles is the most valuable thing humanity ever produced.
@SortOfTested college pov changes from college to college. The problem is how this definition changed from college to work life .
Kinda difficult to "learn" in an environment where you know that 1 small mistake can cost all your lifelong compromises of working in a stressed schedule , living away from home, tolerating the insults and shoutings of the boss, and a decent salary and career hope