Not everyone is, and by forcing that idea, you’re devaluing the degrees of the people who are.
That is the sad truth of our education system right now. When my dad was my age, you could get a decent job with a high school diploma, and a 4 year degree was something that you got if you wanted to go into a specific field that required said degree.
Fast forward 30 years to when I graduated from college, and now a college degree is practically a prerequisite for having a good job in most areas. For example, the job I do for a living had a “four year degree” requirement, but I could teach a high school graduate to do it just as well as I do. I’m thinking about going to grad school and getting my MBA just so I can vault myself into the next tier of earnings, just because my undergrad degree is barely worth the paper on which it’s printed. This is doubly frustrating because I actually went to a good school, and got a degree in something relevant (Business) and not Advanced DVD Playback or whatever.
College is a good thing, and I do think that if you posses the ability, you should go to college. But college is not for everyone. Telling everyone that they should “go to college”, you’re just going to clutter the job market with college grads with worthless degrees. They’ll still be doing the jobs they would have done without those degrees, but now they’re be in debt and disgruntled.