2014 Dream Draft as of 3/24
19- Eric Ebron, TE, UNC
50- Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
71- Jeremy Hill, HB, LSU
112- Donte Moncrief, WR, Ole Miss
143- Trai Turner, OG, LSU
174- Max Bullough, ILB, Mich St.
Economic recessions have paradoxical effects on the mortality trends of populations in rich countries.. I've read an article about this issue, please allow me to share it here. Two recently published studies examine the influence of the economy on the unborn. The study implies even they are affected by the economic down-turn. One draws a parallel between the recession and declining birthrates. Another, more disturbingly, shows a fall in the wellness of those that are born. Here is the proof: Studies say that the poor economy affects birthrates and newborn health. Today’s recession could also represent a global stimulus to redirect societal goals through wealth redistribution, in the same way the Great Depression did almost 80 years ago. Global health disparities are at unparalleled extremes, and we would all benefit from decreasing economic inequalities, not least through lessening the health gap.
Not perfect, student academic competition and pressure to get into cheapest public schools, which by default become amoung the most accredited, is tremendous. And the ones who pay the least, are going to make the most.
For private, only the rich can send their kids away to college the rest have their kids stay home longer and/or do as you did, work. Also takes longer to get degrees, but with less or no debt to start off with.