Atlantic Monthly – Imagine a young man, a senior in high school. His academic performance has never been over the top, but he’s done well enough. Among his classmates, the assumption is that all of them will go to college. However, just as his parents are about to send the deposit check to a college where he has been accepted, the young man admits to himself and his parents that he doesn’t want to go—not now, maybe never. He wants to work, to earn a living, to be out on his own.

Enlightening article at The Atlantic Monthly

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