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In recent weeks, you may have seen a slew of articles focused on the diminishing amount of men enrolled in college, pushing some experts to warn why this may be a bad sign for the future of American society. In short, as one professor explained, this gap is resulting in a heightened production rate of the “most dangerous” type of person in the world.
In a recent CNN segment highlighting recent National Student Clearinghouse’s stats (including that women now make up about 60 percent of college students and men make up 40 percent), Scott Galloway—Professor of Marketing at NYU Stern School of Business—explained why he believes the potential uptick in “broke and alone” men represents a problem for everyone.
“It doesn’t catch me by surprise because it’s been incremental… The numbers are even worse than you indicated because men drop out at a greater rate,” Galloway said, adding that the findings of the latest data are “becoming overwhelming.”