Why College Is So Important
By Farah Shirmohammadi
In today’s society, we are not only reviewed on our personal, but on how much education we have completed. Why college is so vehemently important can be further illustrated in three segments. These segments are greater opportunities, personal growth and development, and last but most important, setting the best examples of success and influencing all children and families.
To begin with college is important because having a degree and/or degrees automatically gives you the benefit for greater opportunities. Opportunities are present everywhere but in such a competitive economy those who have a higher education receive the privilege of higher salaries compared to one who does not have any education. Furthermore, the more opportunities the more successful one will be. For example, one who has a bachelors or masters will be more successful in a higher position or owning they’re own business rather than one who has only obtained an associate’s degree. I am not frowning upon completion of an associate’s degree because it is well accomplished but it is our reality. I encourage to pushing forth higher education not only for multiple opportunities but for stability of a rewarding salary in addition to further benefits. In quote “The importance of a college education is also accentuated because of the opportunity to gain valuable resources during your tenure. The more connections which are collected during your college career, the more options you will have when you begin your job search. Once you have ended your job search and have started your career, however, the importance of a college education has not been exhausted. Having a college degree often provides for greater promotion opportunity” (http://www.collegeview.com/articles/article/importance-of-college-education)
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