Really? Is that the equation? Is that what it’s for? Education? That’s pretty narrow.
Today’s world, “they” tell us, is not a world of single-career lives. We’ll all have many jobs, many careers. How do you go to school for that? Ask around at work what people studied in school and what their work is now and has been. See how many are working in the field they “went to school for”. If they are over the age of 30 they likely have already started on their second, third?, career.
What school needs to “teach” is adaptation, resourcefulness, creative thinking. With this under your belt you can handle whatever, manage to find your way through and make something rewarding of your life. Maybe even make a contribution along the way.
Find a school that does this. Find an alternative approach that has ditched the tired and worn, and today insufficient, traditional model of education, because it is no longer serving life. You need a better option. You need an education that will equip you for the unknown, the “yet to be encountered or considered”.
Don’t go to school to get a job, go to school to get a life.