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    Price Of Success

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    The Price of Success Attending college was an inconceivable thought for me when I was ten years old. When I was growing up neither of my parents had a college degree and both worked exceptionally hard to make a living. I did not like school and was so glad I had eight years of school left, and I was done forever; however, my mom and dad quit their jobs to live with my grandpa while my mom acquired her nursing degree. I was both excited to be moving, but I did not understand why anyone would take the time and money to do what I hated every day, so I asked my dad, and he said “this degree has a price, but when she finishes this degree we will be better off.” While there are similarities between high school graduates and college graduates those…

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    receiving college diplomas as well as the increasing wage gap between workers with a degree versus workers without…

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    My Religious Beliefs

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    I come from Houston TX and I carry a Middle Eastern background with a mixture of both modern and traditional family value. Through having both modern and traditional views in life I feel I am able to conceive, a wider array of religious points of view and apply them to my life accordingly. With my religious outlook towards life, I have come to learn that I have much strength but none stronger than holding to my faith and believing in those that I love or myself. Along with my strengths, I have…

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    College does not just prepare you for jobs, but more importantly for real life with a successful future. (Hrabowski 260). Most just jump to the conclusion that they can not go to college because of the prices and just give up, that is where financial aid packages come to play because when there’s a will, there’s a way. What these kind of people do not realize is that “college graduates are much more likely to be employed than those with only a high school diploma and earn substantially higher…

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    with a high school degree but if you are looking for a better pay job which offers privileges such as 401k, Health Insurance, Dental and life insurance than you require to have relevant academic background since most of these high-income jobs required relevant bachelor or master degrees. My friend was working as Administrative Assistant with the United Nations, where his annual net salary was around 31,000 USD but since he got his bachelor degree in Economic, his company upgraded him to Senior…

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    to accomplish all over my long term goals. A degree is the first intermediate length goal I will have to accomplish in order to accomplish more of my long term life goals. A degree will help me gain financial stability for myself and my future family. A degree will also allow me to pursue a professional career of my choosing. A university degree also means being professionally reliable and qualified. A university degree will help me increase my professional profile and help me move up a future…

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    College Still Matters

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    Although there is a job for everyone out there a business will always pick someone with relevant and better skills for a specific job. Although in today’s information age anyone is capable of learning the skills necessary for a job, however, the employer will take a bachelor’s degree over someone’s word. In the article “3 Reason College Still Matters” by Andrew Delbanco explains a few reasons why college still important, one of them being the value of a bachelor’s degree as he said, “Its’ clear…

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    The difference of making money with a degree compared to the pay without a degree is a drastic difference. As it states in “College Graduates Earn 84% more than high school grads, study says” by Tiffany Hsu, “On average, a doctoral degree-holder will earn $3.3 million over a lifetime, compared to $2.3 million for a college graduate and $1.3 million for those with a high school diploma.” What this quote is saying is that just graduating college will make you over a million more dollars in your…

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    his job still requires quite a bit of his time. Ross Participant Eight is a 39-year-old Caucasian welder. He is the father of one child. He has 1-1/2 years of college experience. Ross felt that finances were the biggest issue when it came to attending college. He felt that college was “too expensive.” (R. Christian, personal communication, February 29, 2016). He stated that he had to care for his child, and that was his priority. Ross desires to return to college to become an…

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    known fact that those who have received a college degree make more money throughout their lifetimes than those who only have a high school diploma. This dispute is strong because millions of people have lectured about this topic for years, and the debate continues to evolve. There are people who can't attend college due to money and test scores but want to, and there are those who can attend but do not want to. This contrast, the amount of money involved, and the obstacles and the…

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