Perhaps College isn't worthless. Maybe. At the very least it's not worth the money spent.
Add in that college costs are continuing to rise faster than inflation, and that more and more people are going to college and getting degrees (making actually earning a degree less of an edge, more of a necessary evil)
Explain to me why, exactly, College still exists as an institution.
Most of what you NEED for a job you'll learn in on the job training.
Math/Science heavy jobs would probably still need 4 years of university training - but not this liberal arts - core curriculum nonsense. Only what you need to function (and excel) in the area you've chosen.
It just seems unreasonable (Downright stupid, actually) to place debt on the segment of the populace least able to afford it - college students.
What ever happened to apprenticeships? Wouldn't that be a better way to create professionals and skilled laborers than by furthering the American society's obsession with debt?