This is an honest question. I’m still a little confused on how all of this will work. I don’t want any smart ass answers, or why the left or right is wrong, etc.
In my thinking, the salaries will eventually go down. So therefore when a person goes to college to become a doctor for example, they will have a very hard time paying off their student loans since they won’t be making that much money. I doubt that tuition fees will go down. And we all know that for an occupation such as a doctor is very expensive. So then won’t there be less people going to college for these types of jobs? Not too many people would be want to be in debt for the rest of their life struggling.
Am I on the right track here? Or does this whole thing work in a completely different way? I am truly curious and confused.
nondependent: I understand that. I’m an EMT and don’t get paid squat really. But I have a passion for it, so that’s why I do what I do. But would you like to spend the rest of your life in debt while you make enough money to barely get by?