Benefits of Attending College
Time after time you hear about going to college; whether at work, family, friends, and even when you are in high school you might have been repeatedly told of how it can benefit you in the long run in regards to your future. They say a good education can take you far in life. Students in high school may still question the importance of a college education. In the world of today people find themselves asking, “Why is it important to go to college?” An important aspect of succeeding in today’s world is getting a better education, and it’s much more than just a degree - in college you also learn how to better prepare for assignments, perhaps one of the most important things you can get out of attending a university or college. Education is costly, time-consuming, and demanding. In a positive outlook, attending college provides opportunities for graduates which are not as widespread to those who have not received a higher education. There are many different reasons which lead people to apply to a college or university; to prepare for a future career, to obtain new experiences and enhance knowledge. For the above reasons, going to a college or university is the suitable place in the hope of improving themselves or achieving their goals.
One of the biggest and most important reasons for anyone to attend college is the upper hand it gives with regard to jobs and career. A college graduate has a higher chance of landing a job when compared to an individual with a high school degree. A college graduate also has better options and opportunities to progress in their career. Most of the companies in the corporate world that are looking for students with a college degree feel that students who have further education also have the ability to learn new things which is a necessity in the workplace. Higher education reassures the employer that the student is able to cope with stressful work environments and also has the ability to adapt
Cited: Murray, Charles. “Should the Obama Generation Drop Out?”, The Blair Reader: Exploring Issues and Ideas. Ed. Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell, Longman; 8 edition (January 13, 2013), 608 Murray, Charles. “Should the Obama Generation Drop Out?”, The Blair Reader: Exploring Issues and Ideas. Ed. Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell, Longman; 8 edition (January 13, 2013), 608