Module 1 SLP; Review Education pays: The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society
Based on the facts listed discussed in the Education Pays 2013, The Benefits of Higher Education for Individuals and Society article, how might completing a bachelor’s degree improve your: Long-term financial outlook? As a bachelor degree holder working full time for 40 years I will earn an average of 65% more than high school gradulates.
As a bachelor degree holder I will enjoy making more money and feel that will be an assentive to working harder. I was a very hard worker at my last job making less money so with making more I will feel I'm getting the pay I'm am worth wit the attached education.
As a bachelor degree holder I will have a …show more content…
A relationship that didn't work out for me was my last best friend; I was unable to do the “girly things” like shopping, talking on the phone, commuting 45 minutes to her house regularly. If I could go back I would try to put forth more effort to keep her as a friend. I feel that I am mostly to blame for the friendship splitting as well as her going to school with a new set of friends; sometimes it's just going the way it should.
Developing an Academic Support Group
Do you have an ‘Academic Support Group’ in place? If yes, how will you formalize these relationships so that you can accomplish your academic goals? If no, what steps will you take to get an Academic Support Group in place?
My academic support group will be my husband and two children; I will also utilize the other student in my course if necessary. I have spoken to my husband and my children about needing time to do my schoolwork and helping more with chores to alleviate some of the stress off of me during school. My family has been through this school time when my husband was getting his bachelor's degree.
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