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Joe Duke (20 hours ago)
How come if being cynical is such a Millennial thing, so many of them got totally sucker punched by university tuitions?
Danshyl Boodhoo (3 days ago)
Then again, if you are in physics, it's pretty much required.
Suzanne Nielsen (4 days ago)
Where do I apply
bajjer (6 days ago)
Went homeless because your parents kicked you out? Just go to FAFSA! Skate that homeless shelter!
havinthangs55 (9 days ago)
Unless you went to grad school full time while working full time and living in your home......like myself
Ravi Shankar (15 days ago)
This hurt my butt
Evgeny Samovarov (15 days ago)
Anyway, real jobs suck dick
Steven Lee (17 days ago)
If you do not go to a known and high ranked Grad school, then it is advised not to go at all. The best you can do most of the time is teach at a community college if you go to a less ranking grad school. Not worth much if you are not Ivy League, otherwise it is just another scam like undergraduate universities.
Nellie D. (17 days ago)
It saddens me that I actually get the gravity of the situation as a student who’s about to graduate college
Modern MGTOW (18 days ago)
You forgot to add the perpetual female student who has no intention of ever actually working at a career and is just wasting time while she shops for a husband.
Juan Echeverria (18 days ago)
Good @ life, what is that?
Sean Cantrell (20 days ago)
Wow. This is just awful.
Kevin Davis (21 days ago)
Great video!
sempai shawarma (22 days ago)
i miss this
Mikael Snygg (22 days ago)
Good at life, haha you mean good at working and licking someones balls for the rest of your pittyfull life sure xD
Cadence Cassettes (23 days ago)
True, everywhere around the world.
Rishabh Mallik (25 days ago)
students pursuing phd do get stipend on which they can live. Making fun of graduate students is fine, unless you are taking the negative stereotypes and exaggerating them. PhD comic guys make jokes on them too, but they don't demean anyone like this.
Imtiaz Billah (26 days ago)
That was so funny yet alarmingly true.
Jenna (1 month ago)
"Growing up, I based my self worth on my ability to get good grades. Without a report card, I'd have a nervous f*cking breakdown!" I thought I was the only one😂
EuRice Queen (1 month ago)
daniel pineda 😍😍😍
Theo Lumina (1 month ago)
Is ranking 173 in the country really sucks? There are actually over 5,000 colleges and universities in the United States alone. It's still the top 5% in the country bro!
Eat em n Smile (1 month ago)
Tru dat
Jay The Soulist (1 month ago)
Just play this on a loop
Jacob Thompson (1 month ago)
Weird, I don't pay a cent in tuition; my university pays me.
Hollow114 (1 month ago)
MBA, medical-esque, and science programs are a requirement. The rest? Ehhhhh.
Spandan Madan (1 month ago)
I'm in grad school and I find this funny, stop getting so sensitive about a joke people in the comments!
Lone Wolf (1 month ago)
Many kids just go to party and have sex. College doesn't guarantee anything these days. Technical training is cheaper than college. Some things you don't need a degree like business.
Daniel Bengurion (1 month ago)
Oh god this is me in Romance linguistics graduate school
EyeLean5280 (1 month ago)
ha ha!
Jong dae every day (1 month ago)
Except when u aspire to become a psychologist and u really want to help ppl make it thru the shit u struggled with as well... Then u have no choice 😂
Brosby (1 month ago)
This video highlights traits of BPD in college students almost to the letter
Khuram Zahid (1 month ago)
That "how you doin'" was spot on.
Ashcool (1 month ago)
There! I watched the video. Now can you please stop showing me this?
bulletproofboi (1 month ago)
me but im broke
Robbie Robinson (1 month ago)
Not if you are in the stem field! You will almost always have a job. Heyo!
JLConawayII (1 month ago)
Honestly, I can't find anything wrong with this ad.
Raj (1 month ago)
Casting couch or a worthless millennial online degree. We really have the dumbest kids and the worst schools.
CaraMarie13 (1 month ago)
Man i sure missed out on my grad school experience. All i did in grad school was two days of school, three days on field work, one day of work study, and four days of part time work. Damn, i never had a day off. Thinking about it, my chill days were the two days i had to attend class and learn.
Danny Gonzolez (2 months ago)
I guess I found my calling.
Millie Zie (2 months ago)
Hey! The black guy is in superior donuts!
Virginia hey hey (2 months ago)
Ajsksjdbdi got a university ad before this
Lizi Zhu (2 months ago)
this is even truer more when you're a PhD.
Nicholas Hawkins (2 months ago)
But know they have the four year masters thing at some schools
Jaclyn Rachelle (2 months ago)
Grad school is often necessary for anyone in the US who wants to become a legal Architect.
Tanya Young (2 months ago)
"because if we were good at life, we wouldn't need more school", or maybe not everyone wants to be a minimum wage earning loser pot head fat slob like you
Mac Hack (3 months ago)
Reason why people in the west are dumb. I mean their High school is a joke. Undergrad courses after second year they actually learn something. 2 years after boom they are done. Then they go to the workforce and be slaves for rest of their life. Pure middle class mentality.
220USAFpilot (3 months ago)
Finished my undergrad last semester and now in the Air Force with 9 months of training. Literally feels like I went right back to school. FML.
A. C. (3 months ago)
2FINE4YOUBABYGIRL (3 months ago)
There are some pros. You do get paid during a PhD program and you get summers off, plus when you graduate you'll have a much higher income potential, depending on your field of course.
Alfonso eliaz (3 months ago)
this is scary because is true
Carter Chen (3 months ago)
For engineering, graduate school is simply a place to work for your professor for 2-3 yrs with lower salary. It only makes sense if ur prof has a good project for you, otherwise it is basically wasting 2 yrs doing nothing.
JMD Gulu (3 months ago)
I know a lot of people who studies in grad school while working frm either private sector or the public sector. Just bcuz ure in grad school doesn't mean ur unemployed adult who still goes to school
Monika Ruwaimana (3 months ago)
Sadly this is true, some friends from my master have difficulties to find a job later, therefore they went back for PhD. The good thing is most of them got a scholarship for doing it, so they not really lost something or be in debt. I will never go to grad school if it not for the scholarship (the amount is much bigger from median salary in my country)..
joshua hand (4 months ago)
My graduate degree tripled my salary.
C. LAU (4 months ago)
Hold on... harvard?
Blah (4 months ago)
I got a masters for STEM in 5 years but I think thats different because it is STEM which is actually useful.
Shk 1816 (4 months ago)
I have a serious question, really if someone knows, how many top level (2-3 articles published after PhD, in international journals, at least 1 in a top level journal) grad students really end with no job? how many grad students that overperforms most professors really end in the street? because in understand that for many not very effective grads, but what about the best ones???
CheshireCrab (1 month ago)
Shk 1816 The statistics on those studies have been shown to be biased. They aren't accounting for an individual's employment attraction at all (i.e. Actual industry skills, portfolios, self-motivation). A masters can hurt your chances of finding a job with lower skill requirements, but then if you are going to grad school, why even apply for those jobs in the first place? It's all about proving your worth. Having a degree means nothing if you can't grasp the basic skills needed to use it.
4Tifier (4 months ago)
I gotta say that this stereotype is true for many grad students, but not all. Depending on what career you want and what school you go to, graduate school is actually mandatory for getting a job. For example, a Film Studies degree is absolutely worthless on its own, but with a Master's at say "Sheridan College" where you get actual connections and experience in the film industry, it's the best thing to do. Or if you want to become a teacher or lawyer, you need a Bachelor's degree before you can get accepted into a teacher's education or law school.
Aras B (4 months ago)
Funny stuff, and very good acting and editing, please keep it up.
the undead1 (4 months ago)
Eber Vazquez (4 months ago)
ystconnection (4 months ago)
Liberal arts in a nutshell. Try science and then make fun of it. Gave you the equipment for filming this satirized yet actually somewhat true critique on graduate programs that aren't for the empirical sciences.
Parijat B. (4 months ago)
Applying for grad schools because it's been one year since graduation, and I still don't have a flipping clue about my life 🤷🏾‍♀️
Brandon H (4 months ago)
I flunked out of college my 2nd year, and I make well above 6 figures
Ever Volve (4 months ago)
pretty funny shit lol but honestly, the Masters degree is the new 4 year degree.
Luke Skywalker (4 months ago)
"Because if we were good at life, we wouldn't need more school!" That last dude is literally high..
Chaderic27 (4 months ago)
Thanks for the lame 30 second commercial to watch a 90 second vid
miracle decipher (5 months ago)
I didn't get this until now, and it hurts me that I relate to the girl who needs grades or else she'll have a break down. I literally had a break down at work because I wasn't used to not knowing how well I was doing without grades. I got my pay and I got compliments for my work, but without looking at an actual score with a letter or number on whatever I did I never believed I was good enough. I felt like I was going to get fired at any moment without any visual warning signs despite it just being my first month on my first job. I am just hoping for a sign that will tell me that I am having an A or B plus performance and how many months of learning I truly need to be considered good enough for the subject. My job does expect me to go through a weekly book with my mentor to understand the important parts about my job, but due to us being busy with actual work, I can't actually finish it, so I feel like I'm falling behind no matter what else I do. So lesson is that school's grading system actually fucks with people like me who needs an actual visual sign to know our self worth.
DaNgerElla (5 months ago)
It's coming to this point. I've always said why would someone be graduated from university but wind up working at Walmart? From what I observed they either haven't market themselves properly and willing to change geographic locations or even with their qualifications they may be over qualified, no demand in the job market for the degree earned or a combination of these.
Tremolo (5 months ago)
Most of my friends from the honors college went to grad school, and I have a 9 to 5 instead. I want to go back one day. But hey, a 9 to 5 is pretty exciting for a millennial.
Adam Canada (5 months ago)
wait, so is there a way for me to get my M.D. without grad school? this video is salted with the tears of failed grad students.
rurusiddi (5 months ago)
"It's not unemployment if you pay tuition" How does that make any sense?
rurusiddi (5 months ago)
"It's not unemployment if you pay tuition" How does that make any sense?
Jon (5 months ago)
Graduated high school by the skin of my teeth and never looked back. Ten years later, I talk to my old friends I graduated with that went on to go to college to see how awesome their lives must be and they tell me they have a hard time paying back student loans, finding a job, getting paid well ect. Then I tell them I make between 60-85k a year, only work 9 months a year, and have no debts as an operating engineer. School is were you're taught, the real world is where you learn. Experience > Education
KiranasOfRizon (5 months ago)
>"47?" I said, "let's aim for dead." If you are still accumulating loans in grad school, you're doing it wrong. If you aren't being paid in the form of a research or teaching assistantship, you might as well not even go.
Hannah Gibson (5 months ago)
This channel is starting to suck
FrogLungs (5 months ago)
WHY is this 6yr old video on my recommended?
Jordan L (5 months ago)
Annam Nguyen (5 months ago)
I got the reference...
BRBallin1 (5 months ago)
I am able to graduate 100% debt free because my 4-year education was about $35k and my private university master's degree is $930/unit with 46 units. So $80k for my full high education while fools are out there paying $40k a year for their undergrad.
David Bearon (5 months ago)
"Up until 35 I had a slightly skewed world view. I honestly believed everybody in the world wanted to make abstract paintings, and people only became lawyers and doctors and brokers and things because they couldn't make abstract paintings." - Frank Stella
michael jordan (5 months ago)
So true
senorproxemia (5 months ago)
I'm working towards my PhD .... damnit
Christian Rubio (5 months ago)
People are in grad school to gain expertise and reach the cutting edge of their fields in order to be able to make contributions to it. Many if not most are going into an academic career which requires it. Sorry but people actually look forward to living a life of the mind. If it's not for you, don't knock it. Respect everyone's path in life. Simple as that.
Jack Harb (5 months ago)
this is true if you are arts and humanities. If you are in the sciences, you are an unpaid slave that could easily make way more money doing the same work at a job
Vanessa Camacho (5 months ago)
Makes me excited for Optometry school. Yay 😅
Truthseeker1515 (5 months ago)
Academic vagina, so true! The "real" world out there is an abomination....
Anthony Alit (5 months ago)
That was perfect.
XXXXXXXXXXXX (5 months ago)
Funny but kinda harsh, don't know anything about the U.S school system but I'm sure some of them achieved employment.
Hannah Kramer (5 months ago)
That is really what grad school feels like. At least for me.
Nichole MacCalley (5 months ago)
I normally love College Humor, but I'm not crazy about this video. I'm in grad school because what I want to do requires it.
Yumiko (5 months ago)
painfully true
Neil Mitchell (6 months ago)
It ain't called ANAL-ising for nothing. The sad part is we create superfluous jobs for these pathetics.
Liz C (6 months ago)
No... No. No. No. Doctors, Lawyers, Accountants, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, great writers, artists, history researchers & anthropologists, musicians, linguists, scientists, ...engineers! They weren't lazy for staying in school. They weren't incompetent at life. That's a horrible inaccurate message downplaying the importance of education. It's completely irresponsible.
Amélie Hudini (6 months ago)
Where I come from, you can't get a job without grad school (if I currently assume that grad school is the masters program? What do I know - we don't even have college dorms be apart of the university)
Sara Ibraheem (6 months ago)
This was the dumbest and most inaccurate video I've ever seen in my entire life.
barkbathory (6 months ago)
this doesnt apply to europe
YouSirAreNoob (6 months ago)
well it was pretty funny until the last line
Anushka Das (6 months ago)
"they don't even get that reference"😂😂
Andrew Ferrell (6 months ago)
These algorithms are creepy, just as I was starting to look into grad school options this pops up on my feed.... from 6 years ago at that...