Torah and a Trade: Better for Haredim*
The fact is that not everyone is cut-out for full-time Torah learning. In Eastern Europe, most boys learned a trade, and continued learning Torah, if they were so inclined. Learning was and still is greatly respected; only the geniuses and those who exhibited great promise were supported by people in the community in order to learn. Not everyone is a Torah genius, an ilui. Most people are average (that's why it's called 'average!') and they would benefit from working full-time and learning part-time.
The community in which I live is mixed: Haredi, modern Orthodox, Yeshivish Agudah and Hassidic, and that problem is not so prevalent here (to my knowledge, at least.) Our Chabad rabbi's daughters all married Hassidim with professions or businesses, so they don't fall into that category.
I think it's time that Haredim, for their own benefit, started following the precept written in Pirkei Avot (Ethics of the Fathers), יפה תלמוד תורה עם דרך ארץ , which loosely translated means that learning Torah should go hand in hand with 'the way of the land,' which means work, labor.
Rabbi Levi Brackman says it very well in his article on this problem, here. It would be wise for the Ultra-Orthodox to heed what he says.