Hello, I'm FormerTech. I used to work tech support for a state run university in the northwestern United Staes. For reasons I don't currently care to explain, I got out of it, and am seeking other opportunities. I noticed many problems in our current university system, and with both the faculty and administration. Students aren't coming out of the university educated. They can parrot socialist-progressive propaganda, but know little about anything else. The average university senior knows nothing of U.S. history. I've even heard the argument that the Japanese attack on Perl Harbor was in retaliation for the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima.
If you speak out on any problems however, you must be very careful. They can't abide opposition, and they're very vindictive when you cross them. I've seen multiple professors fired, or forced to change departments.
Of course the University culture wasn't the only problem. Far too many people are morons when it comes to computers. The problem isn't that they haven't learned as much as I have, but that they refuse to apply logic and intelligence to solving their own problems.
The combination led me to seek mental health care, and put me on multiple anti-anxiety medications. Almost as soon as I left, I was able to stop the meds, and despite not having money, I'm happier than I've been in years.