I just received another thought-provoking email about my new book. Here it is, reprinted anonymously with the sender's permission. I really had no solid advice for him, but perhaps EconLog readers will...Good afternoon! I recently picked up The Case Against Education, and thoroughly enjoyed it, so thank you for your contribution. Like many of your readers, I suspect, my interest in the book was born of reflection on my own educational journey. Even as an actuary that directly applies my college major (math) and subsequent education (FCAS) more than most professionals, I am horrified by how much time and energy I have spent on formal learning. I have also hired young workers into corporate roles many
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