What do people say is the final point & purpose of government forcing children to go to one type of school or another until they are an adult, & all the wile encouraging them to go to a good college or university? "To get a good job," is the common answer. To be able to take one more job off the market for yourself, & to take that opportunity away from someone else, therefore increasing scarcity for everyone who doesn't have a job, by one. You are always told that the point of all of that is to GET a job. The idea, education, & know how of how to CREATE a business is not even in the periphery of the common student or graduate. Free market capitalism works when there is no mass child coercion & retardation. The 1500 hours of forced government schooling is to create a culture of INSTITUTIONALIZED DEPENDENCY. It forces the mass of the population to be dependent on someone else to have any kind of income, livelihood, & security. Rather than making those things happen for themselves, they are at the mercy of employers & those who were actually able to develop their interests into a profitable business. A job is basically a hand out compared to being able to CREATE jobs. Jobs will never "come back" to the economy until more people start creating jobs. If the government owns lots of shares of the corporations who are outsourcing their jobs abroad (CAFR) then they have a profit incentive & would prefer to outsource those jobs rather then keep them here. If they are positioned to make more money one way or another from corporations being more profitable than from a well employed citizen tax base, they will take option A, furthering the INSTITUTIONALIZATION of DEPENDENCY through the well fair state. It's all about what gives them more bang for their buck, not providing us with jobs or the ability to make businesses & become employers. It's more profitable for them & their holdings to minimize the amount of corporate competition as much as possible, so that the companies they have some ownership in can price gouge as much as possible. If we want more jobs here, we have to create them instead of just taking them.