Whether this is a bona fide concern for students or a perceived one, it still creates a downstream problem for U.S. companies. The practice of seeking elite technical talent while outsourcing the everyday jobs discourages many people from ever acquiring the skills in the first place.

Let’s face it, if we eliminated the football programs at a 30% of the NCAA colleges, a lot of talented players who would have otherwise been in the NFL would be playing other sports; or maybe not have gone to college at all and be manufacturing Big Macs for a living.

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