Socialization In College

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Did you know some community colleges are free? Community colleges and private colleges are not the same. Private colleges are much harder to get accepted into and can give a degree up to a phD. On the other hand, community colleges are much easier to get accepted into and offer up to a masters degree. Though others may believe that there are many jobs without a college degree required, those employments offer no more than $70,000 a year, which may be good but sadly is not enough for some people. College is worth the cost because of employment opportunities, creating new friends, and developing new responsibilities.
Firstly, in the modern world, education is rewarded highly and mostly all workplaces distribute higher payouts to employees with
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In an article, “Socialization is a significant element in campus life. It’s important to question, however, if there should be a limit to what extent we socialize? Socialization can be a powerful tool, it opens tremendous opportunities for you.” (Bera, 2017). Also, many people with spare time do not know how to spend it so socializing will help those people by consuming time while at the same time keeping themselves happy and fulfilled. Some may disagree that students in college use their free time in an unbeneficial way and have the potential to cause harm to themselves and others. This may be true, but, students who are serious about their studies would not be inconsiderate about themselves and others because they have a goal and they will put in many hours of work and study to achieve that goal. Also, students that do achieve their goals are going to use their education to benefit themselves instead of hurting other …show more content…
Not many CEOs can supervise all of their employees and depend on trustworthy managers to make sure their company's employees are doing their job efficiently and correctly. An article suggest, “Dependability is an important quality for a worker to possess because it enhances a wide variety of job performance categories. A dependable employee not only shows up for work on time everyday but also produces consistent work and can apply company policies and business strategies evenly to each task and assignment. Dependability can lead to job security, which is all too important in tough economic times.” (Lister, 2015). This suggest that job security is crucial to maintaining a career and making sure people do not lose that job and could potentially not be able to pay taxes, house bills, groceries, etc. Some may say that politics and people that the employee know could save their job, but, many companies have a system that prevents these actions and instead, the employees already working there could make a recommendation of that employee for a better chance of being hired. This system is used in almost every employer and helps prevent a ‘free’

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