And what a waste of time. They are kept so busy that they don't have time to learn a skill or hobby in the event that something happens to them. For instance, do they have a chance to learn a foreign language other than to help "where the need is greater"? Do they learn how to work a computer? And, can they gather a few ounces of precious silver? None.
At least many secular learning projects are fun. They could waste time in field circus and being slaves (and preparing the reptilians to make all of us slaves in the meantime), or they can take the same amount of time on fun. Learning German can be exciting (and, if you are really in for a challenge, Sanskrit). Maybe you could learn astrology, which is about as challenging as a foreign language. Or a computer language. You might not get rich doing that (though there are translator jobs out there requiring fluency in two or more languages). But, learning these things is fun.
Which is more than can be said about field circus--even if you are in a region with a lot of Spanish or French speakers, you are going to give those calls to the Spanish or French congregation instead of learning their language. Besides, German (which is of low value to the washtowel but high value if you want to study science at the source) or Sanskrit (which is of high value if you want to understand the real truth) are both fun to learn.