Female "elementary education majors" who aren't completely retarded take their degrees to impoverished, isolated rural towns in the Deep South where the cost of living is low and get paid 10+ times the local average, with 100% paid medical, 3+ months paid vacation every year, 15+ paid holidays every year, and big fat state pensions after twenty years, for zero-effort, zero-responsibility jobs. Additionally, because it's civil service, and they've got two X chromosomes, they can't be laid off or fired, ever, short of getting caught committing a violent felony on school property, and maybe not then.
Stipulated, "elementary education" is not a field that draws the best and brightest. When I was in college, the vast majority of women were only on campus at all to search for, identify, and snag a future high-status alpha male and get that M.R.S. degree. Of the rest, the IQ-95 midwits, who grasped that they were responsible for paying back the loans, and who also grasped that they didn't have the intellectual horsepower to cut it in law, business, or STEM, went for social work or early childhood education because they're zero-effort jobs, essentially glorified babysitting, with fat civil service benefit packages, from which males are almost completely excluded due to Affirmative Action. There were lots of girls there who didn't have sufficient command of abstract reasoning, of concepts like "tomorrow," and "contract," and "debt," and who weren't pretty enough or good enough in bed to snag a fratboy Chad. They're the ones who majored in art or music or English Lit. They ended up, of course, a quarter mil in debt to the school and were the best educated baristas at the local Starbucks, living in shoebox-sized apartments with a dozen cats and a perpetual scowl.
She proves that most women probably shouldn't go to college at all. Of course, most men shouldn't either.>>23220
She could parachute into Frogdick, West Virginia, and be the second or third richest person in town on that can't-be-fired, can't-be-laid-off, guaranteed forever state employee money, but either she thinks she's too good to rub elbows with the hicks or she wants to troon children ("I change children's lives!" Yeah, I bet you do, lady) and doesn't want to try it in a place where the locals might go further than just raising their voices at a PTA meeting. The two aren't mutually exclusive.