Effects of Poverty on Education

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"It's still true that, on average, it's better to get the higher degree; it's better to keep climbing—but it's less and less true," quoted by Anthony Carnevale. A high college education is very important amongst our society. A college education is extremely valued and everyone should get one so that we can all be educated to better our society. There is a big difference between the people who have completed their college education and those who have not completed it. A person can almost immediately tell if a person had gone through college or not. The difference between the two may not appear instantly but it can be clear if someone has a lower education after spending time with them over time and talking to them for quite a while. College education appears to become more important and can affect a person in a lot of different ways. Getting a college education has many effects on everyone. People get prepared for the real world through college. They learn personal freedom and how to incorporate education in our society. College inspires people to dream, reach their highest aspirations, and to choose wisely. It is very confusing to think that people undermine the value of a college education often. College is where people go to challenge their mental capabilities and to further their learning experience. College helps us grow and mature as individuals and create a future in society.

Individual salaries are strongly related to educational achievement. People that have completely finished high school make more than those individuals who have not. People with a bachelor’s degree make more than those with just an undergraduate education. And the people with a graduate education make more than the individuals with only an undergraduate education. After some research, I discovered that the average annual earnings of people with a bachelor’s degree are more than 75 percent higher than the earnings of the individuals with just a high school education. Then those...
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