Is going to college worth the debt? College takes you through the building blocks of matter, to the workings of Congress, to the United Nations, to the local school board, to an archaeological dig in Harvard Yard. In our society, a college degree has become more of a necessity rather a privilege or option. Statistics have shown that a college graduate is more likely to succeed and a college degree can help you land a good career, become financially stable, and help you to continue to be financially stable. With all of the knowledge and skills that you can attain in college, they can help you adapt to a greater variety of occupational opportunities such as Public Accountant, CPA (Certified Public Accountant), doctors, lawyers, dentistry, etc. We are a society based upon technology and knowledge and in the future it will be merely impossible to land a job with only a high school diploma.
“It is virtually impossible to compete in today 's global economy without a college degree,” says source Bobby Scott. We are living in a generation in which the communications revolution has flooded consumers with more information than ever, meaning that we have been transformed into a knowledge based economy. “And these better educated young adults are more likely to say they have the necessary education and training to advance in their careers (63% vs. 41%)” (“The Rising Cost of Not Going to College”). In today’s society, along with the future, if we do not have a college degree it can be