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    order to receive a postsecondary education. In the 12 years after 2003, the number of 25-year-olds who had student debt increased to 43% from 25%, and their average total loan balance almost doubled (Brown 1). This crippling setback places college students back into living with their parents, delaying the start of their true post-college life. The option to skip a college degree is hardly viable when the unemployment rate for high school graduates is twice that of college graduates with a…

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    James Mason Wood said: “education for living and education for making a living.” Hopefully an education will be a great way to make a good living. The University of Philadelphia, home of the Rams, is known best for specific skills that are set highly valued in fashion design. This will provide me to knowledge what I need to prepare myself for college and my career. (“U.P”) . The definition of fashion design has a lot to offer I can mix & match garments together I can add different colors, layers…

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    In the Article, “the Value of a College Education”, it states that President Obama announced a $12 billion initiative to help millions of students earn a certificate or degree in hopes to restore the US with the highest number of college graduates worldwide by 2020. After World War II, US led the world with highest percentage of college graduates but now only 39% of adults in the US have degree while in Japan and South Korea more than 50% of adults with a degree. Society is embracing the idea…

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    Federally FUNDED COLLEGE EDUCATIOn The United States is known for its generosity for providing federal funds towards educational institutions, this is especially true for colleges. And although this may prove beneficial to most polities, conflict theorists will disagree. For you see, conflict theorist would agree to the supposition that federally funded college education leads to inequality within polities, rather than equality; they would assert that because these funds are often taken…

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    into a career, but having some extra education will always be beneficial. Whether a person just finished high school and they are trying to figure out what to do next, or they just retired after 60 years of working really hard at whatever they did, or anything else in between. College is always beneficial, because it keeps people busy who need something to do after high school and it is a gateway to thousands of possibilities in the future. A college education is beneficial because it makes…

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    Why College Education is Important to Me In the beginning fresh out of high school I could not wait to go on to college live alone away from my parents. I thought is was going to be the “life”. August of 2008 rolled around I was so excited. I had a boyfriend I was moving away from home meeting new people and enjoy college so I thought. I did not even make it a whole year I dropped out after one semester I hated college. I am 25 now and I am still working on this amazing thing I thought was…

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    Argumentative Essay I think a college education is very important for your future. One is that if you have a college education it will give you more job choices in the future. Another is that a college education can give you a job with really good benefits. The last one is that those with a professional degree earn $1,000 more than those with the highest high school diploma. First, college education provides more job opportunities for you. According to scholarships.com more and more jobs every…

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    Having a College Education Worth it? A teenage girl has a family with 2 siblings and immigrant parents. Her parents finished high school, but didn’t get a college education. She has a younger brother and an older sister who goes to UMKC and is attending her 4th year of pharmacy school. Although, her parents didn’t have the opportunity or the money to get a college education, her sister used the opportunity to bring success in her life. By being the first member of the family to go to college,…

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    College education is one of the most beneficial thing people gains in their whole life. The effects of college education are infinite, but this paper will explore only the main effects of college education on the students. Firstly, this paper will show the importance of college education and how it is increasing nowadays. Data like percent of uneducated and educated people in US will also be discussed. Secondly, with the proof of doctors and researchers, this essay will show the health benefits…

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    an applicant's college education. Nowadays, it is harder to land a position unless you have at least your bachelor's degree. Just knowing that you graduated puts you above anyone who is straight out of high school. But why is this considered such a big deal? Isn't college just a continuation of high school? In my opinion, college has many purposes from giving you a powerful education and getting the job of your dream to helping you grow as person and find true happiness. In college, anything and…

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