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    The value of graduate study For many college studies may appear quite tough simply because of financial, intellectually, physically, academically or personally, yet none of them can ever deny its importance. According to the Pew Research Centre college graduates aging between 25 and 32 working as full time employees are receiving almost $17,500 more per year in comparison with those who just hold a high school diploma. Also during the time of recession, unemployment amid college graduates was found

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    College Graduate Underemployment: How Deep is the Hole? As a college education becomes increasingly favorable in today’s society and college tuitions continue to rise, students and parents alike are beginning to ponder the usefulness of a college degree. Indeed, some individuals argue that increasing costs alongside the overabundance of graduates in the job market show that college education is rapidly losing value. However, others believe that the enhanced starting salaries of college graduates

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    Creating Financial Security for College Students/Graduates One of the biggest problems facing students today, is the fact that there is no real financial security after earning a degree. Many students find that the little amount of financial aid available, is not satisfactory to provide a stable source of payment for tuition. This is exaggerated by an exorbitant cost of the ever rising education costs. The facts are, it is expensive to get a higher education, and there is little alternative

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    It is perceived that college graduates will make more money and be successful in their lifetime. Although it may seem that college graduates are more successful in the long run, which they can be if they are motivated. Anyone can get a college degree but what one does with it is what determines their future. President Obama has called it “an economic imperative.” The rate of return on education is 10%. If one goes to college an extra year he/she can earn an extra 3,000 a year. If one attends a 4

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    were college grads, and live their lives to the fullest (ProCon.org). Life is the most valuable thing to a person, it consists of obstacles, victories, and most of all, limits. In this day in age, everyone is given a certain set of rules that can affect them positively or negatively. One of these rules includes the importance of schooling and education. For most children, school is free until they graduate from high school, but after that, they have to pay for an education. Incurring college debt

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    which is what homeowners need in this economy to get back on track. I would anticipate the long-term solution to be gradual to help college graduates build up the economy by making investments (such as buying a home). To date, college graduates upon graduation can make approximately $30,000 or less which is not a comparable salary after spending four years in college with mounting student debt. It becomes difficult for the younger generation to make such investments as purchasing a home or buying

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    question, “Is it worth the effort I am making to go to college?” I am sure that some of you have had those days were you wish you can stay at home watching TV, playing video games, sleeping, and not worrying about studying for a test. How many of you have felt this way at least once this semester? Turn around, as you can see you are not the only person that feels the same way. However, I will like to tell you the reasons why you should graduate from college. Today, I will talk about the knowledge you get

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    Underemployment of College Graduates In Robert E. Sullivan, Jr.’s “Greatly Reduced Expectations”, Sullivan discusses the lack of employment available to college graduates. Throughout the essay, testimonials are given by four college graduates who expected more opportunity when they graduated with a four year degree. I sympathize with these men and women who are working in jobs that do promote their ability. Jim McKay, a graduate from the University of Washington, with a degree in English,

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    Who doesn’t want to graduate from high school? Every senior in high school looks forward to the day they get to walk across the stage and receive their diploma to prance around and take pictures with to show to everyone. Including me, but I wanted way more than that. I wanted to at least rank in the top 50 percent of my graduating class. In the beginning, I knew high school was going to have some tough obstacles I would have to cross over, but no goal was ever to hard for me to accomplish. The way

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    appropriate beginning? Every year thousands upon thousands of college graduates enter the professional world eager to start working. However an important dilemma faces most, what is a reasonable starting salary? With the workforce dynamics consistently changing, and organizations starting to experience in a shortage in skilled labor, new college graduates face a multitude of factors upon entering the employment world. How does a graduate measure his or her worth in the marketplace? The following paper

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