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When students reach the age of 1821 they have to make a decision to further
their education or to begin working. For many people this can be a difficult decision to
make. There are several advantages and disadvantages that need to be considered
when you are faced with this choice.
The pros of getting a college education are that college graduates make more
money than a high school graduate per year. Some things that can be learned in a
college environment are learning effective communication, cultural sensitivity, social
norms, working in teams, and leadership roles. 2 Most high school graduates can’t
obtain a job in the field that they want right out of highschool.
The cons of going to college are that college is very time consuming and will take
up most of people's free time with school work. Most people won’t get a well paying job
with just a highschool degree. Some college graduates even have a hard time finding a
job because sometimes the field that they choose to go into does not have too many
Education benefits this age group because this is the age group where usually
people either are in school or deciding on if continuing their education is worth it. People
that go to college have more of a chance of getting a better job that pays well. People
that decide on not going to college usually end up with a job that doesn't pay too well or
have trouble finding one.
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