College degrees don’t always guarantee a good salary or guarantee a job. There are many high paying degrees, but for every high paying degree, there are two low paying degrees. There are also degrees that have a limited market. Simply having a college degree doesn’t guarantee one will get the job, nor should it. Employees need to bring skills to the table, as well as the ability to continue learning, growing, and providing value for their employer(s).
The promise of a well paying job is not guaranteed meaning that for some students it would be better to engage in vocational areas. In any case, colleges try to get as much money as possible from students meaning that it is becoming increasingly costly to study in colleges, and government subsidies simply increases the quest for more university education. The college degree does not necessarily lead to success in life, even in the modern world where ther... ... middle of paper ... ...should also be encouraged as people gain skills and work in the real world. Time spent working, offers useful insights on skills in demand in specific industry, and this is beneficial to people who are likely to drop out of school with no experience or skill. Essentially, college education is necessary, but not all people should attain a bachelor’s degree as there are alternative routes through which to gain experience in tune with market demands.
But, our local universities have also improved a lot during these day and they also can provide us with good facilities and teaching materials for the students to excel in their studies. Both universities have their own advantages and disadvantages. Hence, it depend on the students themselves whether to choose abroad or local university. Last but not least, it is the best way for the students to acknowledge about the advantages and disadvantages of local and abroad university before deciding on the most suitable university to pursue their higher education level for the sake of their future. Thus, this would help a lot of students that are having confusion in this matter.
Free College Tuition Why don’t all colleges make free tuition option for low income students? Some colleges are expensive, but they have a free tuition option. Some people say that if colleges are free, colleges will end up bankrupt. Others say that is not true because they earn money from different directions, such as from the state government, federal government, nonprofit organizations and other governmental and non-governmental institutions. A well-educated people can change the world.
A college degree is thought of by many to be the primary key to achieving a thriving future and effective skills; for that reason college training would be effective in any workplace environment. Some people say that a college education is a waste of their time and money; even though a college education would guarantee a respectable job and a steady career. Also the earning potentials after getting a college degree would be greater than a person without a college degree, and many employers prefer hiring someone with a college degree of some sort. A person who acquires a college degree has a greater percentage of doing extremely well in the future. However, the advantages of a college degree would be considered differently among each college student; on the other hand, any college student would agree that while in college some sort of life lesson was learned.
Einstein once said that, “the value of education is not the learning of facts, but the training of the mind to think”. Higher education has been a controversial subject for many years. Yet, people are still not cautious of the importance of college years. Whilst some may consider higher education to be a privilege, others, regardless of the financial expenses, argue that it should become a right. Not only does a diploma guarantee employment at a respected job, assists in the development of one’s independence and responsibility level, it also has a considerable influence on one’s intellectual and social abilities.
In Andrew Delbanco’s essay, he discusses the reasons why he believes college is still important even in today’s society. Delbanco mentions some of the reasons why students don’t necessarily feel inspired to go to college to pursue a higher education. One of the biggest reasons, is money. The cost of colleges and universities is extremely expensive. 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.
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.
Going to college will allow a person to have degree which qualifies him/her to get a job. Nowadays it is important to have a degree because as the article ‘’high school diploma is not enough,’’GIT said’’ Positions that used to require just a high school degree are increasingly being filled by college graduates.’’ So the old concept of working without having a degree is not a good idea. Many companies are looking for skilled people with a degree specially these days, they look for higher degree. People with not degree will find it hard to find a job. For instance, my cousin is very intelligent in computers and he loved what he was doing, when he applied for a job as a computer technical the company refused him with knowing that he is intelligent.
Since the government is already in debt, many argue that this plan is not a good enough reason for more government spending. Many plans for making tuition free at public colleges would not force the government to pay the entire way for all students. Students who can afford some or all of tuition could still be responsible to pay for some of the cost. If the government had to pay for the entire cost of tuition for all students, it would signal that colleges are no longer giving out merit based scholarships. However, colleges would continue to give out these scholarships, so the government would not have to pay the entire cost of tuition for all students.