The Affliction of Overpopulation in Academia
Steadily growing to 7 billion people, the population of the world is exceptionally frightening. As global unemployment rises and the job market is saturated with candidates, it is becoming increasingly competitive to attain and maintain employment. Of particular interest to me is the job market serving academia. This specific market is hyper-saturated with mediocre candidates. Colleges have seen...
Carnegie’s “Wealth” essay is reminiscent of the belief that it is ethically advantageous to be poor in a rich nation than it is to be rich in a poor nation. Every age has faced the quarrel of individual wealth distribution, and the associated decisiveness is no small task to handle. From an ethical perspective, it is imperative that those who are more fortunate assist those in...