College is a Great Investment

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John H. Musser states that "the large majority of medical students do not have a good reason for studying medicine" . Musser is stating that students do not know exactly what they want to pursue in the future but is "attracted by an uncertain glamour and a specious glory". Therefore, most students who received a college education usually end up with a degree with a major that they did not have a personal interest in but knew that the job salary was high. Richard Grant White also stated that public schools are not the best form of education and that "not one of them are so unworthy of either confidence or price" but that "the case is worse than that of mere failure" He is stating that the public education system is not meeting the expectations that it should be fulfilling which is preventing the students from learning skills that will help them improve their future lives. Even though there are few cases where education has not lead to people being happy with their life, there are many cases where college has led people to happiness. Mary Roberts Smiths wrote, "college women differ as to health, income, and the class of men they marry." This statement by Mary Smith is stating that women with a college education tend to be more comfortable with their lives compared to women who have not attended a college. This comfort is due to not having to worry about being financially stable which lead to having better health. Not having to worry about one's financial situation will lead to better heath because people who are struggling financially will be living each day with a lot of stress that will take a negative toll on a human body. Therefore if a person's "living condition is good, then they will be able to act app... ... middle of paper ... ...ege and Non-College Women." JSTOR. American Statistical Association, n.d. Web. 18 Sept. 2013. . • Michalos, Alex C. "Loading Your Proxied Resource." Pollak Library. Springer, n.d. Web. 18 Sept. 2013. . • Halpin, David. "Loading Your Proxied Resource." Pollak Library. Taylor & Francis, Ltd. on Behalf of the Society for Educational Studies, n.d. Web. 18 Sept. 2013. . • Thwing, Charles F. "College Training and the Business Man." JSTOR. University of Northern Iowa, n.d. Web. 18 Sept. 2013. . • #2- Thwing, Charles F. "College Students as Thinkers." JSTOR. The North American Review, n.d. Web. 18 Sept. 2013. .
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