Reasons Why College Is Still Worth It

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Choosing what to do for the rest of your life is challenging decision teenagers need to make. Some teenagers know definitely what they want to do in the future, some have no idea and some have ideas in their head but just does not have any assurance their idea would work out. One of the many decisions teenager need to make in their junior and senior year of highschool is, whether or not if they want to attend college. Going to college or not could be like black and white colors from a monochrome to some people. I think college is still worth it, because if you do not attend college you would most likely have less opportunity to be successful and if you attend college, you are most likely and have much higher guarantee you would success in life.…show more content…
Now, even public colleges are expensive as an average private universities. One of the main key is that students need to do enough research for Scholarships. Scholarships are money that could help students with their tuition that could be money or working scholarships. In an article ‘5 Reasons Why College Is Still worth It” from Forbes Magazine by Reyna Gobel described her opinion on scholarship that financial aid could help students who matches the criterias for the aid, but for those who do not, “last minute scholarship search can fill in funding gaps...if you put the required work in.” Scholarships does not come by just signing a paper but turning in actual work by turning in essays why you should get this…show more content…
But one thing is that those are small amount of people. From an article ‘Why a College Degree Is Still Worth It’ by Wess Moss from the The Balance explains how there are data that indicates college degree is still worth it, “According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the pay gap between those with a four-year degree and those with a highschool degree is ar a record high. Those with a four-year college degree earn a median weekly salary of $1,137, whereas employees with a high degree average $678” (Moss 2). Even though if college graduated people have depts in their bank account, they would most likely pay off their loans pretty soon. Their could be a theory that the idea of not going to college and just working could be a way to earn more money after all would be misleading since people who are college graduated, their extra credit of work for higher education will be acknowledged from their workplace and would indicate as important and would pay the person more than someone who did not do anything to make them more educated. From the rise of unemployment, “those with a high school graduates is tuck in a part-time job with entry-level wages, and very few option for full time employment”. People who did not do pursue to higher their education would have a hard time to level up their job status and remain the

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