Many choose to get into a college a easier way by getting a scholarship to pay less. There are many ways to get a scholarship like a sports scholarship, or a scholarship for being good in academics. Some get loans, but then later have to pay them back, which is more harder for people. In the article "What Makes College a Good Value?" by Jeremy Alder the author states,"Part of the quandary for many is that according to statistics, higher education leads to far greater earning opportunities" ( Alder, 1).
In the article “Is a College Education Worth It” by Henry Punionion he encapsulates the essence of the importance of a college education. Primarily, a college education can ensure you greater productivity in your life and you will not be as stressed trying to find a job that will not give you the pay that
The third example is, some full-time workers with a college degree make “40 percent more” than the people who only have a high-school diploma. (Leonhardt). With more income, they are able to provide better for their families and create better lives and living scenarios. Even with the price of college being so high, with their future careers they will be able to pay off their debts and for
The financial burdens that college leaves with the families and students needs to be addressed as student loans keep racking up over time. The cost of tuition for colleges has risen drastically over the years and has bounded students to only one or two college choices to choose from and at some points tearing away the opportunity to go to their dream college. However, one reason college has driven up in price is because the value it brings with it’s degrees, but it should not limit those who can not afford the worthy degree. College should be cheaper as it will ease financial burdens and broaden the choices of those wanting to attend
Mary C. Daly, senior vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, said “there is overwhelming evidence that a bachelor's degree gives people a financial leg up.” Going along with Daly’s previous observation, some jobs don’t require a degree, but most of those jobs aren’t well paying, and in order to have a big house, or nice and expensive things, you’ll probably end up having to work multiple jobs if you don’t get a college degree. A high school diploma can take you places, but not very many. However, having a college degree opens up many doors out onto the world. These jobs can work with skills that you love, and can make you enough money to enjoy some of the finer things in
In the article “College Is Worth the Cost,” Brooks C. Holtom states, “ People who graduates with bachelor’s degree will earn nearly twice as much over their course of their carriers as those who complete on high school. In other words, Brooks C. Holtom point is that if you go to college you will get paid twice as much than just your high school diploma. Also if I would go to college I would earn $2.1 million instead of $1.2 million from a high school diploma. All in all,
The question about whether college is valuable or not has been pondered by many for quite some time. Today, this question is more important than ever as college tuition prices are rising exponentially. Some sources say that college is worth the price; that it builds human capital, teaches to live life to the fullest, and helps maintain important friendships. On the flip side, sources say that college is not worth it due to the high costs, and the fact that college graduates go into low skill jobs that don’t require college degrees anyway. In today’s workforce however, college education is a must because it lets people learn to develop communication skills, earn more money, and get high-paying jobs.
Knowing that tuition has risen can help people make better decisions about whether to go to college or not. But still keep in mind that college is an expensive cost. Even though college can be expensive going to college can pay off. “With a median salary of over 100,000 a year (upwards of 130,000 or more), you could expect to pay back student loans within a reasonable length of time, especially if you live carefully. (http://www.educarelab.com/infographic-college-student-debt-and -highest-lowest-paid-college-majors/).
There is no doubt that college tuition today is substantially higher than ever before, making future students think twice about whether college is right for them. Students with a sense of direction on what they want with their career seem to have the upper hand on using college for the beneficial education it can provide. In contrast, some students are drawn to college for the wrong reasons such as parties and luxuries. This sometimes effects the outlook of college from beneficial to non-beneficial. Although many see college as challenging educationally and financially, they don’t take into account that college is a stepping stone and gives an advantage to a stable life.
It is unbelievable on how high the college tuition has increased, the rates in percentages have gone up fairly quickly, it is also unbelievable on how the increase in college tuition can impact high school students career by just simply saying that the are not going to college because it is way to expensive for their budget. No matter what college tuition is going to continue to raise if the Federal Government and Congressional leaders do not take more action into helping out students and families who need help with paying off college tuition and college debts and cost. Although the government does help families that are in need of financial aid to send their kids to college, there are many solutions into helping the college tuition decrease or at least expensive like having the Federal Government and Congressional Leaders have action and impact the decrease in the tuition, Students can also get scholarships and lastly there are many different groups that can help out with paying off college tuitions. The college tuition has raised drastically from the years of 1974 to 2015 the tuition has gone up by 1%, it is just 1% but one percent is a very large number when it comes to paying off college tuition