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    enforcement leaders across the country have debated requiring college degrees for new officers. Currently, only 8% of local police agencies require some college; “9% require a two-year college degree and only 1% require a four-year degree (Gomez-Mejia et al, 2012, p.153). This number seems low seeing that this debate has been around for years. I could not find any statistics, but I believe many more pay bonuses for college degrees as does the Knoxville Police Department (KPD), where I have been

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    make a plan for our future and eventually are expected to stick to them. But is this really the best way for graduates to get jobs and become productive member of society? It is already very difficult for young adults to find jobs, even with college degrees, “High unemployment rates for young adults during and after recessions is not a new phenomenon. Bureau of Labor statistics data compiled by EPI show that the unemployment rate of those under 25 is typically at lest twice the national average…(Malcolm

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    literature review will include recent works and update what is currently available. From the currently available items, both Essink (2013) and Petry (2006) provide elegant literature reviews on this topic and also include the history of community colleges, the evolution of their missions and an overview of the research done up until this point regarding the CCB. By far the most comprehensive literature review, however, comes from Petrosian (2010). The author provides seven thematic areas pertinent

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    High school and college are tremendously vital for preparing people for the real world. High school prepares students for college or the workforce. College expands ones general knowledge and skills, such as the ability to express ones opinion orally and written. Post secondary education also increases the understanding of the community and society. CollegeBoard says that more and more employers want employees who have education beyond high school. College graduates have more jobs to choose from

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    The Best and Worst College Degrees

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    The Best and Worst College Degrees Abstract In today’s society everyone thinks they need to go to college, and over 80% of kids out of high school are. Out of all these kids going to Universities, the majority don’t even know what they want to be the rest of their lives once they get to college. Common sense would tell us that people would go into the field that paid them the most money, this is not always true. So what are the most popular fields to go into when getting out of high School

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    Sterioids in baseball

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    All the listed professions are lucky if they make over seventy thousand dollars annually. Not to take away from any academic achievements that the athletes have received, but many police officers and all teachers, all have college degrees. Many athletes leave high school or college early because they want to make money like other famous professional athletes. Is money the only thing on athletes' minds? Sports entertain the public to make them love the game. In the 50's and 60's athletes' just played

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    Economics of Immigration

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    twenty-five billion dollars a year. Businesses benefit greatly in terms of increased labor availability. Immigrants usually have a higher percentage of college degrees than people now living in this country, and thus they contribute greatly to the filling of higher-skilled jobs. Excluding refugees, thirty-three percent of legal immigrants have a college degree, compared to only 20% of the native population. Giving further preference to skilled would-be immigrants could be beneficial to the United States

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    merchandizing is focused on the business aspect of fashion products. Based on the construction, business, and styling of clothing, fashion design and fashion merchandising are two different fields of study. Fashion design and fashion merchandising college degrees are available on associates, bachelors, and masters levels. With a fashion design degree, different levels of clothing construction and fabric knowledge are offered; whereas; fashion merchandising provides courses in both buying and styling of

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    equivalency option may be removed. Then what am I going to do? With so many younger people entering the work place with degrees in hand, it is more and more prevalent that I complete my education. A college degree combined with several years of experience should help ensure my personal marketability. “There are more jobseekers with college degrees than there are openings for college-level jobs.” Mittelhauser, M. (1998). I must obtain my degree or see my career future greatly reduced. After all I don’t

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    College Education: Degrees Outweigh Debt

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    The average college student acquires over $29,000 in educational debt. The debt of American college students has been steadily on the rise. Tuition has been increasing while the average American families’ income has been decreasing. Some students qualify for federal grants; however, the majority of money used to pay for college is debt that has been borrowed from private lenders. Students who qualify for federal grants must still depend on private lenders to fund their education. “Seven in ten seniors

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