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Without the help from wealthy parents or government loans, four years university educations are considered luxury-dreams for high school graduates. Even though many people assume they would able to save a great amount of time and get better jobs by going directly to a four year university, it is not a realistic assumption. According to Kevin Carey, director of the Education Policy Program at the New America Foundation, a large and growing number of graduates are having trouble paying their loans for tuition fees as well as worthless degrees has became a signification topic. Leaving qualities and results of four years education undecided, it is a great deal of effort to find a job in nowadays economy. In fact, there isn’t a bridge to go directly from four years university to a job.
With higher costs there may be less people, more stress for people in college, and a possible financial struggle for anyone who pays the higher costs. There will be a decrease in people with a college education. That said, there will also be a decrease in people with a higher paying job. Education is very important and should be taken advantage of because not everyone has the option to an education.Although college may not be for everyone, they should at least give it a shot to make sure. The more people with a college education, the better.
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“Yes, college is worth it, a four-year degree has probably never been more valuable” (Leonhardt, David). A college degree is valuable, but then why is there so much debt stuck with it. One can say it is a way of doing business but to get best education and facilities one has to provide the funds as well (Menon, 2011). In order for colleges to run they need to have their own funds, they should not be forced upon a student, or at least minimize the tuition fees. If more students are attending college, why not bring down the price for tuition if they are making more money.
Once college graduates enter the workforce, there are usually two sides to the whole income situation, it’s either: “you’re making the same amount of money as a person without a degree,” or, “you’re not going to get a job in your field of study because unemployment is too high.” Luckily, those are just common misconceptions--- yes, you’re probably making the same amount of money as a person without a degree but it definitely will not be for long, and no, just because there is an unemployment rate won’t mean you’re not going to get a job in your field of study. In fact, according to the Eco... ... middle of paper ... ...athan D. "The Real Value of a College Degree." Web log post. Patrol: A Review of Religion and the Modern World. N.p., 23 Feb. 2012.
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