Does a college education really pay off when it comes to earning the salary that you want and...
Studies have shown that earnings tend to rise with the level of education so a college grad will earn more than someone with high school over their earnings lifetime. However, I imagine if you have a talent and apply yourself you can still earn good money. There are many examples of people without a college education who have started companies and become millionaires.
College education is the platform where you start your performance, the higher it is the more the visibility. This is not the only critereia to earning a fat salary..other skills that you like your performance on the job, as a team contributor, your achievement of set goals etc have more weightage.
by marinealways248 years ago
I have been called illiterate and corrected on punctuation many times. I have been told to go to college. I have been given many book suggestions by the college educated who believe I am ignorant because they have a...
by Sophia Angelique3 years ago
"The president has set a national goal to have the highest proportion of college-educated adults in the world by 2020, and it’s one of the four guiding goals of the economic-stimulus package’s education...
by alexandriaruthk5 years ago
Is college education still worth these days?With rising cost of education and the shift in the new job openings, there seems to be a mismatched of the number of graduates in a certain specialization and the demand for...
by Ray Iron19 months ago
ABSOLUTELY NOT!!! Ability and social skills are BY FAR the most important in getting a good job. Steve Jobs dropped out of college, and look how he prospered! There is a long list of people who have done...
by Paul Swendson7 years ago
In a world where a college education becomes increasingly mandatory, do you think that people have a right to an affordable college education (or to an education at any level)?
by Marc Woodard6 years ago
Does a college education provide the same value in job & wealth opportunities compare to the past?
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