Personal reasoning can affect many different decisions in a lifetime . Some men may have a different idea of what they want to do after high school that does not involve enrolling and going to college. Following their life long dreams or goals is one of these examples. A man trying to become an established actor will move either to Hollywood or New York, where the majority of the acting industry resides. This would allow the opportunity to go to auditions and try to make a name for himself. Then there is the issue of money. Some men would rather have an income to support themselves or their families as opposed to taking a student loan to pay for college. There is no guarantee after obtaining a college degree that one will find a good paying job to pay back their student loan obligation. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics “Among the major worker groups, the unemployment rates for adult men (9.1 percent)” (BLS 1) Families can become a personal...
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...going to college. Whether it’s a personal choice, financial reason, or other obligations this is setting the example for the upcoming younger generation that it is acceptable to not go to college but when looking at the facts and everyday living, enrolling in college can make a grave difference in a person’s life.
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