However, Gladwell’s writing has informed me that anyone, if they are prepared to work hard, can reach their goals. Learning Frameworks itself has offered myself and many others a jumping off point for the looming workload of college. I feel more prepared and motivated than ever to excel in my courses. Typically, I hold myself up to the average standard in my classes. I wish to take more initiative in my endeavors, but am somewhat unwilling to put in both the time and attention.
Through Murray’s argument, it is evident that emphasis has been put into wrong issues in the sense that the society should focus more on producing capable individuals rather than flooding the economy with job seeking graduates with no life hack skills. The market is changing and so is the job markets, many people are equipped on following certain procedure that will not be as effective in the future. The ability to
Caroline Bird’s argument against postsecondary education is incorrect, specifically her beliefs that students are exposed to too many options and graduates only want jobs that save people. First, Caroline Bird shares her belief that “a college experience that piles option on option …merely adds to the contemporary nightmare.” Although too many options can be overwhelming sometimes, it is a good thing to have several options for people to choose from. For instance, as a student, I have been exposed to many options: what classes I should take, what major I should major in, what professors I should take, etc. Options are a good thing because I do not have to be pressured into majoring in something I do not want to or taking classes that are not right for me. As a matter of fact, author Virginia N. Gordon found statistical evidence that about 75 percent of students change their major at least once before graduation (Freedman).
A college degree can be helpful in attaining a future that you desire, but your own motivation to be happy is an important key to attaining happiness. While college can help you to pursue a career you enjoy, the degree itself in not your happiness. Having this degree is not going to make you much happier if you are already miserable. Many people feel that since a degree can raise the amount of money you make, you will be happy if you have one. However, there are a lot of miserable people with a lot of money.
As more time passes from when a Veteran leaves the military the harder and harder it will be to even impress employers with those skills, so the shelf life of a good transition into the workforce can be quite short. Gaining these benefits from the VA are difficult enough to receive without them not being very effective. A lot of these jobless veterans also show signs of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder that is left untreated because they have limited access to VA
People who follow through with high school and work hard at a college education can almost always achieve the career of their dreams. College doesn’t ensure happiness or success, but it opens up a lot of doors and helps create opportunities for the future (“Why”). The people who graduate from college seem more confident in our
For many people, college is an important key for their future. Some people go to college for the job opportunities and the new windows it can open. Others go just for the education and experience. A good education is beneficial from many different viewpoints; in truth, it is a possibility that one's adult life could be much harder than people care to think. One can have better wealth, is less likely to be unemployed, and a much higher chance of being closer to your family.
In addition, People goes to college for many different reasons. The most important reason why I am going to college is to gain more knowledge and learn more skills exploring Variety of different things. General knowledge and skills are essential because most jobs require people to educated and possess excellence job- orientated skills such as public speaking, and critically thinking. Andrew Abbott made a great point in his speech “The Aims of Education Address’’ on September 26, 2002, that although we will forget certain knowledge they learned in college, they will retain cognitive skills. So therefore, a person should go to college to gain these cognitive skills in order find a job in the future.
It was difficult to do such analysis at this level but it brings intangible benefits as with people it is hard to determine what data to consider. Solution 1 Continue with the current system with minor changes: Solvay can continue with the existing system by allocation employees in 4 stages by bringing more transparency, certainty in the system and making calculation of package less complex Pros Cons Easier to implement as derived from existing system The current system requires that promotion for young managers is based only on their international experience. No cost and time spent. Job dissatisfaction due to family pressure. Solution 2 Develop a new system: Package Calculating ROI and hence the compensation.
Which means organization will get new ideas from new candidates and must be wide benefits. External candidate comes from outside the business, so that candidate or in organizations they don 't have any favourite. Besides that, as external recruitment has wide range and its cover a wide area 's job demand, so management of the organisations can verify and can decide on which suites best. External recruitment candidates should be more dynamic with workforce. Candidates to keep their place and position safe they will work with more passion.