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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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    Why bother pursuing higher education? A typical student on average goes to school starting from kindergarten to high school. After, students decide whether to seek a higher education in college or start working. For most people, the key to education is to equip young adults with the ability to survive and to make a standard living in the future. In this essay, I will not only argue why it is unnecessary for young adults to pursue higher education, such as college and beyond, but also that obtaining

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    Cornell University’s Supplemental The possibility of studying a Chemistry and Chemical Biology degree at Cornell’s College of Arts and Sciences department will guide me with the best path. A path enriched with ground breaking research and insightful information, coming not from the textbooks but from the writers, who have created many of the best engineering texts available anywhere. The Chemistry and Chemical Biology degree program at Cornell, I believe, truly captures the importance of the synergy

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    As a seventh grade student, I took a science course because it was required. At first I was scared about how well I would do and if I would get a good grade throughout the year. When the school year started, I met my teacher and he seemed really nice and he turned out to be an awesome teacher. I excelled in my science seven class and overthrew my fear of getting poor grades. My seventh grade year was the year I determined what I wanted to go to college for and that would be life science education

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    After nineteen years of living in a small town named Wasco, known by most for the prison, I moved to Long Beach. I grew up in a strict religion that discouraged questioning and required extreme dedication towards servitude of God. Attending college was discouraged by my parents and the church, as it took away from time spent towards serving God. Living in Wasco was my own prison. Moving to Long Beach meant freedom to me where I was finally able to stretch my constrained, clipped wings. Suddenly,

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    The idea of taking care of someone and providing assistance to a complete stranger is something not many people do. Seeing people at their worst, during a difficult, challenging and frightening moment of their life is not a job many people would take. However, being there for a person at their time of need is what captivates me the most. Nursing, a career I want to pursue and one that is on my to-do list. Being a nurse entails a lot of things; you must be strong, passionate, hardworking, and caring

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    Recently, Obama came up with an agenda which says “We expect all our children not only to graduate from high school but to graduate from college and get a good-paying job” Now expecting all students to get a four year bachelor’s degree is not plausible suggestion. Without a question, it is certainly not necessary for every student to get a four year degree because there are alternatives which facilitate a student to get a high paying job. Intelligent students may or may not need a bachelor’s degree

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    Are Too Many People Attending College? In the article “Are too many People Going to College” by Charles Murray a W. H. Brady Scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, argues that our educational system needs improvement and that too many people are attending college. Some of Charles arguments on why too many people are attending college are obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree gives you a high paying job, college requires classes that are unnecessary, skill/talent may not need a degree and because they

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    College Is the Best Choice“People aged twenty-five to thirty-two with a bachelor 's degree or more have a median annual income of $45,000, lower unemployment 3.8% and high school graduates only make $28,000 and 12.2% of them are unemployed” (p. 1). Students with a degree have an advancement in the job field along with other things that comes with going to college. Social experience, developing as a person and improving your child’s future are all main factors to going to college. A college education

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    A College Degree Essay

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    A college degree is one of the best educations that a person can get. It not only develops your mind, but it helps to develop you as a person as well. No matter what kind of degree you receive, whether it be a bachelors, associates, or masters you are more likely to get a better job than without it or with just a high school diploma. Workers with a college degree will earn much more and are much less likely to be unemployed than those with only a high school diploma. This paper will argue that with

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