In today’s world, many will argue that going to college isn’t necessary and others will say it’s a necessity. There are many people who don’t have a college degree and manage to succeed in life, but nowadays it’s definitely important. There is so much competition to get hired and people are now required to have a bachelor’s. At least, they give you priority if they see you have an education. Many people think that having a degree is worthless because of the debt that you may go into; but that degree will help you have a better future.
Most people have probably never thought about college education till high school. Some don't realize some of the commitments that are made for going to a college. Costs like, money because Student loans only go so far in covering college cost, and also time, but the costs of college rewards you later in life (Belleni). Yes the cost of colleges can be very hurendus but college over all is worth the cost. College is costly both financially and personally due to the amount of time and dedication it takes to complete, but the long term benefits of having a higher education, employment opportunities, and personal growth outweigh the costs in the end.
Employees need to bring skills to the table, as well as the ability to continue learning, growing, and providing value for their employer(s). I am not saying people who choose low paying degrees aren’t successful, not even. Many people choose degrees based on what makes them content,... ... middle of paper ... ...s comes with college being too expensive and is growing at a rate higher than inflation (Kantrowitz). There are many great jobs out there that don’t require a degree and pay good as well as on the job training. The truths many people aren’t willing to admit are getting a college degree will lead people to better careers too.
Though it seems like college education takes too much money, after graduation and employment the investment comes back with more pay. College education is a safe future investment that secures our chances of living a happier life by helping us to be progressive and independent. A happier life is more valuable than any amount of
Stanford University is a good model to inspire other colleges. Therefore, more colleges should create a free tuition option for students who are not able to pay for their tuition. Narration For better employment opportunities of low... ... middle of paper ... ...llege degree, but the job would have a low salary and have exposure to recession. Also, even if they are working without their profession they are not going to be fired and they have a choice to look for another job that requires their profession. As the author mentioned most jobs require a college degree.
True, a college education nowadays is expensive, however, the return on your investment can be almost certainly guaranteed. The pros of education far exceed the cons. It is important for one to have an education for one's own satisfaction, as well as better job opportunities and it is a good investment for one's future. Obtaining a college degree is a wonderfully fulfilling experience. Obtaining the degree requires a certain level of commitment, perseverance and patience.
For example, having a career that you actually like is important since it’s going to be your job for the rest of your life. With a higher education comes the potential to get paid more. So, with a college education comes a lucrative job, contentment with our jobs, and success. You can’t put a price on success.
While many people feel that college has many advantages and is the obvious choice after graduation, there are some disadvantages to attending as well. However in my opinion should everyone have a
Although many people want to pursure a college education, they don’t really have the privilege of obtaining a higher education due to economic reasons. I do agree with Delbanco’s argument, that college is in fact still imperative and meaningful especially in today’s society. Delbanco also states his opinions on what college is for which is also an opinion that many students share and that for economic reasons. Majority of the time students go to college so that they can have a career and live comfortably. He argues, “What, then, are today’s prevailing answers to the question, what is college for?
Many students take their high school years for granted and do not always pull off the best grades. But then when they get to college, or a higher degree of education than high school they start to straighten up. The reason being is because after high school everyone can choose what it is they want to spend the rest of their life doing. The classes they take, are of interest to them rather than all of the required ones in high school. For this reason I feel that students are more likely to take college seriously and not just because of the money.