People go to college so obviously they can try and land a nice job. Not many people want to pay someone good money for a job that they are not good at/have no experience in/have no knowledge.
Rather odd how many people I've seen with degrees and masters who are now doing shelf stacking or generic office jobs because they cannot be accepted to do anything better.
This is one of the government, and society's largest misnomers, the belief that the collective actually care! about your degree which they don't.
Unless it's a vocational degree such as spam or engineering your probably not going to have any better prospectves of getting an actually interesting or semi decent job anyway.
not that university isn't worth it, just that if your only set on making money university likely won't help you much, especially with the Uk has gone the same way as the states and the government have basically allowed universities charge whatever the hell they want and slap people with gigantic lones afterwards, meaning that post your uni career your likely close to 30 thousand in the red (with increasing interest of course), as compared to someone who didn't go, and that is before you start looking for a job, which you likely won't find anymore easily.
When you add blindness into this your on even more of a none starter anyway.
Not that university isn't worth it, it definitely is, but the bennifits are not financial or based on getting a good job, since the few none cog related jobs that society has these days usually go on who you know, what connections you have and who your related to, rather than what you know.
Just another reason why the rich get richer and the poor get poorer as Nocturnus said, and why your best off as a visually impared person staying out of the prophet machine if you can.
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