Notes on the Upper Muddle

Within an article, “Notes on the Upper Muddle,” Lucinda Rosenfeld drew a conclusion that the class system is “closed and inflexible” through personal experiences and observations. I agree with his conclusion because it seems to me that many graduates after college, no matter how hard they worked, can’t seem to find a job right away with their degree because they don’t have the connections and network as a privileged, resourceful graduate would have. Those well-off are able to join and experience certain programs that would benefit them in the long run, many of which require a ton of money. Without the advantage, graduates have to work harder, and unfortunately, some are unable to find a stable job in the long run.


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