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    As of right now I am pursuing an Associate’s degree in accounting to further my education and gain employment. I have been seeking employment and was surprised to find that most higher paying jobs require at least an Associate’s degree. Even though this was the reason why I returned to school, I have learned during my education, that what I am doing now is beyond becoming employed. I wanted to come back and get an Associate’s degree, find a job, and be done. I have come to realize that continuing my education opens doors to many opportunities and that I do not only want to get an Associate’s degree. I would like to further my education. My highest aspiration is to become a CPA. For that I will need to transfer to UCF and graduate with a Bachelor’s…

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    traditional college was not the route I would be taking. The school, the time and effort, and of course cost ought to work for my family. A couple of the goals that steered the way to continuing my education are graduating with an associate’s degree and also implementing it into a career in Healthcare Administration. I concede that in order for me to pursue my goals I will need to maintain a schedule, ruthlessly track my progress, and retain the technical skills and knowledge needed to move…

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    The Struggles of Achieving an Associate’s Degree When most high school students graduate and enter a junior college, they plan on achieving their goal which is to graduate with an associate’s Degree of whatever field they want to go in. Many effects come along the road when it comes to trying to pursue an associate’s Degree and proof of these three reasons why it takes students more than two years to complete an associate’s Degree is understandable; a student’s time, their expense, and their…

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    When most high school students graduate and enter a junior college they plan on achieving their goal which is to graduate with an Associate’s Degree of whatever field they want to go in. Many effects come along the road when it comes to trying to pursue an Associate’s Degree and proof of these three reasons why it takes students more than two years to complete an Associate’s Degree is understandable; a student's time, their expense, and their school progress such as classes and grades. One of…

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    they graduate to start paying off loans; however, these usually have to be stretched out over 15 to 25 years before they are completely paid off. Another problem that college graduates encounter is the inability to find a job in the career field that they have chosen. On average, about 4 out of 5 college graduates are unable to find employment in the line of work that they have studied in before they actually graduate. A majority of graduates find work in jobs that do not require a bachelor’s…

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    patients and must know all history, diagnosis, information, medical records, and medicine dosage. Everything has to be correct because nursing negligence can lead to death of a patient. However, it is an interesting and challenging career to pursue. If a person chooses a career as a registered nurse, they can expect to: go to college and obtain an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, get into a nursing program and graduate, go work in the nursing field and experience its pros and cons, and possibly…

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    At my age, there are many things teenagers don’t think about; politics, future, and consequence. Unfortunately, at the time, I only thought about politics and my future. Fortunately, now I think about all three to a greater degree. In many cases, teenagers think about how to live in the now, they drink and smoke – I do neither because I practice total abstinence. In contrast to many of my peers, I focused a lot on my future. As a stereotypical Asian-American I focused on maintaining my…

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    The average in-state tuition at community colleges for 2014–2015 according to the College Board was just $3,347 (4 Reasons to Consider Community College). So many high school juniors and seniors get stressed out everyday thinking about their future education. Pursuing a college degree after graduating high school is nothing to take lightly, which is why it is so important to make the right decision. So why do most seniors decide to go to a four year university right after graduating from high…

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    The educational requirements for radiologic technologist vary from either an associate’s degree or a two or four-year educational program. “An associate’s degree is the most common educational path for radiologic technologist” (Occupational Outlook Handbook). Radiologic technologist must attend a college that offers a radiology program or attend a two to four year accredited hospital program. Radiologic technologist performs many lifesaving procedures and the correct schooling helps them save…

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    Attending community college has more than one advantage. It makes it possible for low income students to have the same higher educational advantage as their peers. It also decreases the financial burden of paying the high cost of university tuition for all 4 years. The last advantage is completing 60 units will result in earning an associate degree that will help students a higher salary that can be of a great assistance with university tuition. Attending community college is a great solution…

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