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    Degree vs Diploma

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    Degree vs Diploma Increasingly, it seems as though a college education is becoming a necessary requirement for obtaining a decent piece of the economic pie. Over the past couple of decades the distribution of income has been growing more and more unequal: the top end of the distribution has seen a growth in their income while those at the lower end have seen their real incomes stagnate (Irons 1). Education is the most important way in which people can make it into the upper end of the income

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    a substantial income in today’s society, citizens must have a high school education. Since children are allowed to drop out of school at the age of sixteen, they limit their chances of leading a prosperous life as an adult; without a high school diploma, or its equivalency, it is difficult to live life above the poverty line. Nettie Legters, a research scientist, expresses her thoughts on how there should be a way to prevent the percentages of student dropouts nationwide. According to the data released

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    Religious Higher Education

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    There are many certificate and diploma programs in Religious Higher Education, but there has not been any research done into these programs and their effectiveness. There has been research into other educational certificates, such as vocational certificates, but not specifically religious educational certificates (Bosworth, 2010; Clark, 2002). It is the goal of this study to determine the ultimate applicability of religious education certificates and diplomas to the real world and the job market

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    however they can have an associate’s degree or just a high school diploma. They also need work experience for what they’re teaching. The average pay for a career and technical teacher is $51,910 per year. Musicians are people who play music, or sing, for a live audience or for a recording. They do not need to have a specific degree, but many have a bachelor’s degree. It is possible to be a musician with only a high school diploma. Musicians often play in concert halls, arenas, clubs, etc. The median

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    People with a college degree tend to make more money than those who didn’t attend college. This is because most of the jobs that have a higher earning require a college degree. People that only get their school diploma don’t make as much money as someone with a college degree. A study done suggest that people who have a college degree are more likely to get hired because they have an education compared to those who don’t. According to the United States Bureau people

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    education important? College education is important because someone who has graduated and attained a degree will make more money over their life than someone who just has their high school diploma. For example, a person who has their bachelor’s degree can earn up to $30,000 more than someone who just has a high school diploma (College Education). This is mainly due to the fact that having a college degree presents a wider range of opportunities and job availability. Since the mid-1980s, bachelor degree holders

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    Attending college provides life time benefits. However, the rising prices of tuition is making people second guess if college is worth going to. In the article “Is College Worth it? Clearly, new data say” Leonhardt claims the significance of going to college, and the advantages it holds. Later stating, “The decision not to attend college for fear that it’s a bad deal is among the most economically irrational decisions anybody could make in 2014.” I agree with Leonhardt 's claim, college is a smart

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    Effects Of Tuition Fees

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    Over the years, society has changed. During the old times, a high school diploma was sufficient. Acquiring a high school diploma was an achievement that families used to brag about when their children received it. In Lebanon, most children used to complete school up to ninth grade where they would receive their Brevet certificate and then drop out of school believing that the Brevet certificate was enough to provide them with a job. However, nowadays the minimum requirement of any regular job such

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    Pros and Cons of Attending College Tyree Thomas Zane State College In 2013, 19.9 million students were enrolled in colleges and universities (college, 2014). Also in 2013, the unemployment rate for college graduates over 25 was 3.6 percent (college, 2014). Those are both great examples of a pro and a con of attending college. Although, attending college has many pros and cons. Most college graduates make more money, but student loan debt is crippling them. Going to college helps establish

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    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

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