It is a fact that by going to college a person will get better jobs for higher salaries. People also attend college so he/she can choose a high paying career. A person will lead a better and less stressful life if their financial status is never a problem. That would leave time for many things that could enrich a person’s life as opposed to working for ninety percent of it. Without going to college, people will make minimum wage, if he/she do make good money, it is because he/she are breaking their backs for it.
according to the finding by Alliance report, students who were admitted in the earlier admission phases were less likely to dropout, and the ones who admitted in the later phases dropout in higher numbers. The data clearly states there is an increase from 2004 and 2006 because the difference in percentage between not enrolled freshmen that were admitted in the earlier phases and freshmen that were admitted in the later phases has increased. Freshmen admissions that chose City College as their first option have higher ambition and getting admitted to their first choice of college gives them the feeling of self-fulfillment. To freshmen that were admitted in later phases maybe City College was not their first option so they have lower motivation or they might not even like this college, they are only entering this college because they did not get accepted in any other college. (1-c.) Data suggests that freshmen from New York City have higher dropout rate then any other
Our society undervalues entrepreneurial work, trade skills, and it discourages young people from pursuing this type of education after high school. Now this isn’t a good thing for a few reasons. For example, tuition fees have gone through the roof to go to college over the last thirty years, and that means debts are increasing ridiculously. According to stats from CNBC, right now in the US, college related debts are over a trillion dollars. This debt is getting harder and harder to pay off too, because there are so limited jobs available for college graduates.
1. Higher Salary – While college tuition can be expensive, think of it as an investment that will help you earn more money after college. Even if you only earn a two-year associate’s degree, you’ll be able to find jobs that earn much higher salaries than you would with just a high school diploma. 2. More Opportunities – Earning a college degree will provide you with more career opportunities.
Why We Should Save Secondary School Sports Programs Abstract In the past 10 years or so high school institutions have been forced to make budget cuts. This has resulted in high school athletic programs being cut completely in some cases. While budget has much to do with the recent crisis, academics play a large role as well. The world of academia has taken center stage and more pressure than ever is being put on teenagers to excel at high levels in this realm. Some have argued that time spent in athletic activity cuts away from study time.
Tuition or Burglary Why is college tuition so high? Something so necessary to succeed in today’s world should not burden someone for the rest of their life; many people live with college debt until the day they die. How do colleges come up with these ridiculous prices for in-state and out-of-state tuition anyway? Should private universities be able to charge more than a state college? So, how could someone pay for it?
One way of overcome this is to do research. Parents who hope to afford college for their children when the time comes around are better off researching options than simply trying to save more money for education. [ (Insider, 2011) ] Having options will make it better to decide how much you will spend for college. For example, it may be cheaper to go to a community college than a university. Now that the research and financial aid is done you now know how much you have to come out of pocket with.
Achieving my bachelor’s degree will clearly better my lifestyle financially. When I am older and settled down with a family, I do not want to rely on paycheck to paycheck to support them. I want to be strong financially, so obtaining my bachelor’s degree will make that possible. The second reason why I am attending college is to gain structure and become more independent as a young adult. As I am getting older, I am realizing more and more every day that things aren’t just given or done for me like they used to be.
When doing that people get the education they want but then have to work two or more jobs to pay back the loan. One way of overcoming this is to do research. Parents who hope to afford college for their children when the time comes around are better off researching options than simply trying to save more money for education. Having options will make it better to decide how much you will spend for college. For example, it may be cheaper to go to a community college than a university.
I was fortune enough to get into college, so why not take advantage of it, and get the real college experience, since I did not really have that, High school Experience, this was my chance, to make up for it. My main reason for wanting to go to college is that I wanted to have a better life. I didn’t want to live my life, paycheck to paycheck, and worrying about whether or not, I am going to have enough money to pay to keep a roof over my head. My parents never went to college, and while they both have decent jobs, and make Okay money, it’s still would be easier for them, if they had gone to college, but they did not have the opportunity that I did. Not everyone can go to college to better themselves, but I was a lucky one, and I am blessed that I am getting a chance to make a better person out of myself, by going to college.