Stay in School, Persuasive Essay

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To make good money as an adult, you must have a good job. To have a good job, you must get a good education and go to college. To go to college, you have to go to high school and elementary school. If you drop out or don’t go to school at all, you’ll go nowhere. Life today, money is everything, and I think that the foundation of getting a good job is the education you get in the first 20-25 years of your life. School does not only teach subjects like English, Math, History, or Science, but it also lets us meet new people and build good character. Stay in school, because it will help you meet new people, build good character, and will also get you to a job that you will love.

A lot of jobs in today’s society require you to talk to and meet new people. For example, if you are a teacher, you need to learn how to talk clearly to a classroom full of students. Starting at a young age of about 7 or 8 years old to talk to other pupils in your class will help you build confidence to speak up later in life. Another example would be a business networker. Business networkers have to talk to a lot of people in order to be successful in their job or jobs. Going to college is where you usually meet a lot of new people. It’s a good place to practice socializing and going up to people you don’t know and get to know them. It is still possible to this without an education, but since you do need a degree to find a good job that you enjoy, you should just go through the process of college education and at the same time, meet new people.

Building good character is important during your junior high and high school years because that’s what employers look for when hiring people. For example, if you want to look for a part time job during college, you usually have to go through an interview. A couple things that employers look for is if you are responsible and trustworthy. Aspects of responsibility that you naturally do in elementary, middle school, and high school...
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