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College Education Practice
College Education Practice Benchmark
According to census data, there are 209.3 million people in the United States that are 25 years of age
or older. Of that 209.3 million only 66.9 million have a bachelor's degree or higher. That means
about 68 percent of people who are 25 or older do not hold a bachelor's degree. This seems like a
problem considering that in 2011 there were 46.2 americans living on the poverty line, meaning that
the family which includes two adults and at least 2 kids are making less than $23,021. This is
definitely bad for the future because less than 30% of students in that bottom quarter of income,
enroll in a 4 year school. Out of that 30%, less than 50% graduate. So when people say a college
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One cannot deny that a degree does not always guarantee a job to pay that salary. Certainly, it can
depend on one's job or who that person works for that determines the salary. Despite this idea,
having a college degree definitely gives a much better chance for a larger pay. For example, New
York Federal Reserve Bank economists Jaison Abel and Richard Deitz in a study calculated the
annualized the return investment on a four year degree. They found that associate and four–year
degrees remain solid investments. Return on investment for the money put into a college degree
over a graduate's career, pegging it at about 15% for current graduates. with a bachelor's–degree
(Peters and Belkin,
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Is College Worth It?
The Importance of a College Degree There is no simple answer to the question "Is College worth
it?" Where some degrees pay for themselves while others simply do not. Many students are
contemplating whether or not to take on huge student loans, because they are constantly told that
college is the gateway to the middle class and the way to a secure and steady income. So the
questions still on the mind is "Do the benefits of college still outweigh the costs?" I believe that
although college brings heavy loans upon us, it is still necessary to do in order to survive and
compete against others applying for the up and coming jobs. Recent college graduates who are
working full–time earn about $15,000 more annually than their peers, who have only a high school
diploma. Jobs that only require a high school diploma or GED will not pay as much as the jobs
requiring employees to have a bachelor or even higher, so graduating college with a degree is almost
required in today's society. Consequently, students are forced to choose the lesser of two evils: pay
the great price to go to college with the possibility of suffering an enormous amount of student debt,
or earn far less over a lifetime and undergo a greater likelihood of being unemployed for long
periods, without the prospect of finding a reliable job. When looking at the two options, college still
seems to always win because despite the recent struggles of college graduates, investing your time
in a college degree may be more
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Long Term Care Administration Essay
The profession I am pursuing in the Kaplan University is Bachelor of Science in Health Care
Administration. With this profession I can definitely have a different option on where to work either
in a hospital, long term care, doctor office, and hospice agency. This type of career long term care
administrator is a very well paid job, but that comes with a lot of responsibilities a lot of long hours.
One of many responsibility is budget planning, personal, board meeting, and employee overview. As
an administrator you also need to be in compliance with local, state, and federal laws making sure
guidelines are being followed. To become an administrator or work in a long term care facility you
need to have a bachelor degree or master depending on the state where you live. In the state of
Texas, you only need a bachelor degree in any subject. With your degree in bachelor you will need
to attend an accredited college that give classes to take the national administrator license exam.
Kaplan is a regional accredited university where your degree and classes will count. With this type
of the education as well the university that is helping pursue your degree will help you achieve that
goal. With the degree that I am pursuing in healthcare administration that only a portion of where I
am trying to achieve that long term care administrator. I will need to continue my study and go on to
the part of getting my license administration. Being an administrator you need to have a
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Working Is More Important Than College Learning
The social environment that I live in believes that working is more important than college learning.
The community as the majority support that a fresh high school graduate should melt in the business
world. After I graduated from high school, I started looking for any business that could be
educationally and financially a self–improvement. As a matter of fact, I improved my income as
well as my business experience. However, the business that I involved in required the English
language. Despite of the business chances that I could invest in during the summer period at that
time, I decided to go overseas to learn the basics of the English language. I traveled to the US where
my older brother is studying. After the first day of arrival to the US, I Notice the changes that
occurred to him. He used to believe in supporting working more than college learning as a member
of our community. However, he became more knowledgeable in the field he worked in before
traveling to get more knowledge in a developed country such the US. At that point, my negative
perspective about education has been changed. After viewing the importance of education in a
community that is different than my community as well as my brother's self–improvement, I started
to view education positively.
Since time in memorial, education has been one of the core sectors in many of the societies in the
world. The purpose is to impart information and knowledge through the communication of ideas to
the students. It
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College Is College Worth
For as long as I can remember, I've always been told that attending college is the best thing I can do
for myself and my future. My parents were very adamant about furthering my education and had me
thinking about college and my future the second I was able to comprehend what they were talking
about. While they have always been supporters of earning a college degree, not every parent is, and
it's not just parents that don't think it's worthwhile. There are many different types of people that find
college to be a waste of time and money and that it doesn't do anything for those who desire to be
successful. So what's the right answer? Is there one? Across the country, opinions on whether
college is worth it seems to be divided and is a constant argument about who is right. The first side
of this argument is those who favor college and think it is worthwhile. To begin, the biggest concern
with college is that it's too expensive, but Forbes.com states that it doesn't have to be an expensive
experience. Anyone is able to attend a community college before a four–year college and anybody is
able to apply for the hundreds of thousands of scholarships that are available. It's also possible that
your college will work with you to find different ways to be able to pay for college and graduate
with less debt in student loans. Another way to make college less expensive is to have a part–time
job. Although it's not going to be a huge amount of money, working while in college gives you at
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Essay Bachelor Degree Required
Bachelor Degree Required
Seeking advancement in my company seems to have the term "Bachelor Degree Required" assigned
to it. Without a degree it's not impossible to be promoted, but it's more of an exception than the
norm. At times, should the applicant have sufficient years of equivalent experience and be known by
the group hiring, the requirement can be waived. With the constant change in company policies, the
equivalency option may be removed. Then what am I going to do? With so many younger people
entering the work place with degrees in hand, it is more and more prevalent that I complete my
education.
A college degree combined with several years of experience should help ensure my personal
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I need to understand the aspects of critical thinking, and how to apply it. Being able to question
who, what, where, when, why and how is just the beginning. Taking the answers to these questions
and learning how to applying them towards the improvement of business or product is the harder
part. For some change is a hard thing to accept. The problem of implementing a change is often
more human than technical. How to install changes and have the changes accepted is a skill I need
to improve upon.
In management you must have the ability to correctly identify the personality traits of others.
Identifying these traits helps identify the type of management that will be required. Understanding
the tendencies of your staff will help in the management of them. Having a good blend of
personality traits working one project will be more beneficial than having to many of the same type.
The adage "To many Chiefs and not enough Indians" applies throughout the work place.
Overall, I am seeking knowledge that will help me be a competent manager.
How do you anticipate the program helping you in your current position, and what will be your
ambitions/goals once you complete our program?
The education received from Phoenix University will provide the stepping–stones to life long
learning abilities. Many of the leaders in today's market place have forgotten to learn. They need to
remember that just because they did it this way before does not mean it is the way to
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Persuasive Essay About Going To College
Joni Capo
Mrs. Joe
05/12/2014
Going to college
Is college education necessary today since technology is advancing more and more and computers
are controlling everything? Today, there are people who have never been to college before but they
are more successful and they doing much better in life than those who have bachelor or master's
degree. But not everyone is born with a talent that would make their life easier and luxurious. Most
people work hard to achieve their dream of getting an education and a dream job as well. A
successful life starts at the moment when a person gets his degree after long, stressful years and
he/she is ready to start a successful career. Most people are raised with the idea that higher education
of one person is an important factor for them to succeed in life. Sometimes being an intelligent
person and knowledgeable is considered as good as being a person who makes a lot of money.
People have different views about going to college. For some people college will be like another
four year of high school when more money and time will be wasted. However, others think that
college provides lifelong lessons and skills that are necessary and required for a better future. Going
to college is one of the wisest decisions a student can make because it helps them learn social and
communicating skills, start a career, and get an education.
First of all, college teaches us important life skills such as communicating with people of both
genders and different
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Is College Worth It?
Is College Worth It?
In recent discussions of Is College Worth It? By John Green, a controversial issue has been whether,
people should attend college or get a job after they finish high school. On the one hand, some argue
that people can get a monthly income better than if they have a degree. From this perspective, some
people they do not want to attend college. On the other hand, however, others insist that people
should attend college after they finish high school. In the words of John Green, one of this view's
proponents, "after graduating from college, I actually made $1 per hour less when I started working
as an assistant at Booklist Magazine, but the job was better in every way" (video). According to this
view, he was working at Stake and Shake and he was getting better salary than what he got after
graduate by 1$ less but money is not everything in life. Then he proved to the audiences through his
experience that he was more comfortable with working as assistant at Booklist Magazine even he is
making less money. Because he got a better job, got the knowledge, and work on something that he
like. In sum, then, the issue is whether to attend college or work without a degree. My own view is
that attending college is worth it even if it will cost some sacrifices of things that we can get it in the
future. After, all, I have chosen to identify as a college student at Winona State University. Though I
concede that choosing the university and working to enroll and pay the
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Why College Is Becoming More Expensive
Many people attend college for a higher education and to find a career within their interest. Despite
the fact that college is becoming more expensive and many people are not on a full ride scholarship
have student loan debt, a college education is necessary. College has the ability to help build skills
for a specific career or job. It also teaches students how to get involved with other students and to
network. College can open doors for a poorer family. Many jobs today that don 't require any college
experience don 't pay enough money for opportunities in life. It prepares you for adulthood, and
gives you and open mind and knowledge about the real world.College is necessary and beneficial
for a person 's life. People who have a college degree are likely to have stability and more money
than those who don't have a college degree.Yes, it is possible to be financially stable without a
college degree; however it requires more effort than those who graduate from college. Because of
the economy today, job employment options are slim for those who only have a high school
diploma. People who don't have a college degree have a higher chance of being jobless then those
with degrees. Many people who don't earn a degree are likely to work for a company that doesn't
pay well. Often times these jobs only pay minimum wage or a little above minimum wage. Higher
income is one of the main benefits of earning a degree. The more money a person makes, the more
they get to do. More families
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Charles Murray Salary
The average college student will graduate with 37,173 dollars' worth of debt and 40 percent of
college students will drop out. (Cite should everyone go to college) Despite this, higher education
typically allows an individual to follow their passion and make a living off it. In addition, college
provides an intrinsic value that enlightens the individual. Although higher education requires a large
investment that may not return its original value, I contend that this investment provides one the
ability to typically earn significantly more money and pursue their passion.
One of the more daunting issues of pursuing higher education is the enormous debt a student may
accumulate over the course of their studies. This is especially true today because ... Show more
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However, some, such as Gerald Graff, argue that colleges and schools are missing opportunities
when nonacademic interests of the students are not taken into the classroom. For example, he claims
that his schooling was unable to foster his interest in sports or other "nonacademic" interests.
However, I would claim that this is false considering there are majors that can foster one's interest in
sports such as sports journalism, sports broadcasting, and exercise science. In fact, I would argue
that college allows one to follow their dreams. For example, I met a counselor who was originally
was a plumber for thirty years of his life. When I asked why he changed careers he responded with,
"I had full support from my family to go back to school, and ultimately I wanted to do something
more fulfilling with my life. And now I am doing what I have always liked to do that is talking to
people" To make this change he had to first earn his bachelor's degree and then his masters thus
accumulating debt. In addition, he had to take wage cut of 50,000 dollars a year. Despite this he had
absolutely no regrets with the decision he made.
Ultimately the most crucial factor in one's decision to go to receive a higher education should not be
money based, but whether they are pursuing a career field that they at least enjoy if not love.
Although it may be true for some that a higher education
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Is College Worth It?
Achieve Your Goals By Attending College
In recent discussions of "Is College Worth It?" By John Green, a controversial issue has been
whether, people should attend college or get a job after they finish high school. On the one hand,
some argue that people can get a monthly income better than if they have a degree. From this
perspective, some people they do not want to attend college. On the other hand, however, others
insist that people should attend college after they finish high school. In the words of John Green,
one of this view's proponents, "after graduating from college, I actually made $1 per hour less when
I started working as an assistant at Booklist Magazine, but the job was better in every way" (video).
According to this view, he was working at Stake and Shake and he was getting better salary than
what he got after graduate by 1$ less but money is not everything in life. Then he proved to the
audiences through his experience that he was more comfortable with working as assistant at
Booklist Magazine even he is making less money. Because he got a better job, got the knowledge,
and work on something that he like. In sum, then, the issue is whether to attend college or work
without a degree. My own view is that attending college is worth it even if it will cost some
sacrifices of things that we can get it in the future. After, all, I have chosen to identify as a college
student at Winona State University. Though I concede that choosing the university and working to
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The Benefits Of University Education
Education is vital tool used in contemporary world to succeed. University education is used to
mitigate the challenges faced in life. The knowledge attained through university education helps an
individual get opportunities in life. Education starts from elementary level till bachelor's degree
which further stretches to masters and doctorate (Education Corner, 2017). The aim of university
education is to help graduates get jobs besides other benefits because it renders profound benefits in
achieving higher earning potential, job opportunities and job stability.
The aim of university education is to ensure higher earning potential. University education can lead
to higher financial returns. Higher earning potential is a catalyst for majority of individuals to
willingly choose to pursue a college degree (Beckstead, 2017). An individual possessing a university
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Having university education can help an individual get higher employment opportunities due to the
skills and expertise offered by a university graduate to an employer organization. Earning a college
degree helps to secure a stable job due to the knowledge and experience that graduates have and
they are less likely to lose their jobs during economic depression. Therefore the aim of university
education is help graduates secure jobs.
Reference
Education Corner. (2017). Benefits of earning a college degree. The New York Times
http://www.educationcorner.com/benefits–of–earning–a–college–degree.html
Hussung, T. (2017).The benefits of having a college degree. Retrieved from
http://www.thenewyorktimes.the–benefits–of–having–a–college–degree/
Yehuda,A., J. (2016). Some of the other benefits of higher education. Retrieved from
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The Value Of An Education
What is the value of an education really worth in today's society? In order to clearly understand the
worth of an education, one would have to understand what the word education really means.
According to dictionary.com, it defines the term education as, "the act or process of imparting or
acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgement, and generally of
preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life
(http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/education). An education is an important factor needed to
succeed in the world we live in today. Because of its importance, many are continuing their
education beyond high school and a bachelor's degree. If one chooses not to expand their knowledge
and open their mind to be taught, a person will then become stagnant and unfamiliar with the
changes in our civilization. "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change
the world." –Nelson Mandela. "Americans with four–year college degrees made 98 percent more an
hour on average in 2013 than people without a degree. That's up from 89 percent five years earlier,
85 percent a decade earlier and 64 percent in the early 1980s." (1. New York Times article) In the
competitive workforce today, higher skill levels are required to complete day to day tasks in each
particular job field. What skills a person can gain through college will help them execute their job
well. The better educated a person is the more job opportunities are available
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College Essay : Why College Is Not Worth It?
Many students are faced with the decision of whether they want to attend college, and their choice
could either lead them into thousands of dollars of debt or a reliable, well–paying career. There are
many deciding factors that need to be considered when choosing whether to continue education or
start working. College is difficult and expensive, so if someone is not willing or able to complete
college, it could be a waste of money. After evaluating your skills and what makes you happy, it is
important to realize which career will be most beneficial. This career could require several years of
college, or it could just require a high school diploma. Finding out what is best for you will help you
develop a better future and a happier life. There are reasons why college is not worth it, why college
is worth it, and why I think college is beneficial. First, many students choose to not attend college.
There are several different reasons why people choose to not further their education. College is
becoming extremely expensive, so many people feel that it is no longer worth the money. College
leaves a numerous number of students in debt each year which requires people to borrow loans.
Since loans have interest rates, student's debt continues to spiral out of control. Student debt is
continuing to increase every year burdening more and more students and becoming the second
highest consumer debt. In Forbes, Zack Friedman wrote that according to Make Lemonade, "there
are more than 44
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The Pros And Cons Of College Students
In latest years, we've visible a dramatic shift in charges associated with attending a traditional
college or college for education. Goldman Sachs says many college students are now higher off not
going to university, if it's a mediocre one. They file that even college graduates of mediocre schools
earn much less, on common, than excessive college graduates. They even warn folks that are
thinking about mid–tier schools as well due to the fee and opportunity the education may also or
might not provide inside the future. "The common go back on going to college is falling," Goldman
Sachs researchers wrote. In 2010, the typical college scholar needed to work eight years to interrupt
even on their bachelor degree funding, Goldman located. And it's only getting worse. destiny
conventional education will still require the equal credit hours be achieved, but the charge tag for
every credit hour will boom inflicting an imbalance. The modern–day student debt is over $1 trillion
now and employers are pissed off they are able to't locate graduates with the right abilities – they'd
choose to lease, based on revel in and professional achievements. absolutely put, tuition is growing
quicker than the average earnings potential.1
A separate take a look at indicates seventy one% of all university graduates carry student loans with
a mean of $29,four hundred. It's best well worth going into debt with education if the earnings
potential is there, primarily based in your plan and targets. both
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Distance Learning and Black Board Essay
Distance Learning and Black Board
Distance learning is when students take courses by using some form of communication other than
face to face communication with an instructor. This type of learning has been used since as far back
as the 1800's when adults would learn handwriting by ordering lessons through the mail (Cosgrove
2002). The technology for distance learning has been progressing for some time now. Iowa State
University started to offer courses through television in 1934 (Cosgrove 2002). These days we use
the Internet for distance learning. Distance learning has recently become more popular and more
advanced; there are now programs that can help professors organize their online classes. Online
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This way even if someone is finding Blackboard difficult to use or doesn't understand a particular
area of "Blackboard" help is readily available (Professional and Educational Services p.3).
"Blackboard academic suites" are used mostly in colleges and universities. In using Blackboard a
professor can do many different things that could make teaching a lot easier (Blackboard Solutions
p.1). With Blackboard a professor can post announcements, send e–mails, post class discussions on
the discussion board, post online quizzes, make the syllabus available online and much more. When
a professor puts all these things on the Blackboard site it becomes available for the whole class to
see. A professor can even post an individual's grade to the site so that only the individual can see
their grade or send an email to an individual. Other things a professor can regulate is the appearance
of their course site, and whether or not an area of Blackboard is used. This allows the professor to
make there job fun and easy but still be doing there job to the best of their abilities and making the
best of their resources.
There are ten different areas of Blackboard. These areas are announcements, course information,
staff information, course documents, assignments, communication, discussion board,
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College Isn 't Worth The Money
The rise of college tuition along with room and board have lead many to believe that college isn't
worth the money. This among with the other factors of how getting a job into society is more
difficult and that a college degree no longer competitive due to the high abundance of them. On the
other side, many others urge the importance of a degree. They bring up how more jobs today require
degrees, the return investment, and many other things. First, the issue of getting a job. Those who
are opposed to college believe a degree does not make you marketable. The Department of Labor
released information stating how 17 million college graduates are working in jobs that don't require
a degree. That's 1 out of all 3 Americans. Of those 17 million, many are underemployed in jobs such
as bartenders and janitors. This is an eye popping statistic that lead people to assume that going to
college is pointed. It's hard to argue. Seeing the facts, they have a valid argument. (ProCon) Even
with the fact stated earlier that about how many college graduates work in fields that don't require a
degree, more and more jobs are requiring a college degree even to the associates degree level.
Though they can argue how the number of jobs requiring a college degree fell by 1.75 million, the
number of jobs that require a high school diploma fell 5.56 million. Thus proving that having a
college degree could provide more job security compared to their counterparts who don't. Along
with that is how many
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Is College For Everyone Essay
High school seniors have many choices to make. One important choice is whether or not to go to
college. Harvard as the first college founded in 1636. At this point only 4% of young people
attended college (Anderberg, Jeremy. "Is College for Everyone?). As of 2013 there are about 14
million students enrolled in a 4 year institutions, and that number is expected to jump to around 20
million in the next few years (Anderberg, Jeremy. "Is College for Everyone?). College is hard and is
not for everybody, but is it worth it? A college education is worth it in many ways it will lead you to
success, way easier than a high school diploma. A college education gets you better financial
success, gives you a much healthier life and greater success, and college graduates have more and
better employment opportunities.
A college degree gets you many things in life such as better financial success. People will argue that
it doesn't give you financial success but it gives you debt and student loans to pay off because
student debt can cause a financial crisis. According to as website called Procon.org, "The average
student borrower graduated in 2014 with $28,950 in debt. In June 2016, undergraduate college
graduates had an average of $37,173 in loan debt" (sec. 1). People that think college is not worth it
might also reference the case of Doug Wallace Jr. Wallace fought for six years to have his $38,000
in student loans discharged after becoming blind and being unable to work; his student
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Learning & Assessment Strategy
Qualification Diploma of Accounting Qualification Code FNS50210 Training Package FNS10
Duration 720 hours – 36 weeks @ 20 hours per week Units of Competence UOC Code UOC Name
Status Nominal hours FNSACC501A Provide financial and business performance information Core
80 FNSACC502B Prepare legally compliant tax returns for Individuals Core 80 FNSACC503A
Manage budgets and forecasts Core 80 FNSACC504A Prepare financial reports for corporate
entities Core 80 FNSACC506A Implement and maintain internal control procedures Core 80
FNSACC507A Provide management accounting information Core 80 FNSACC601B Prepare and
administer compliant tax returns for legal entities Elective 80 FNSACC505A Establish and maintain
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This course has been established, consulted and endorsed by IBSA (Innovation & Business Skills
Australia), through Rosalie Staggard (General Manager Industry Projects) and Tony Cusack
(Industry Manager) (see attachment). Three accounting firms have been consulted and endorsed this
accounting training package, they're being Jack Tuan Ly &Co, Global Accounting & Financial
Service and Tax Solutions (see attachment). Further information is gather through reports of surveys
and future trends in the industry compiled by the industry ISC and other industry representatives.
Ongoing consultation with our migration agents ensures Westminster provides courses that appeal to
International students wishing to study in Sydney. Program The programming is designed to permit
entry to students at the commencement of a term or customised to allow for units that have been
awarded through recognition of prior learning. Sequencing of Units The course is designed to ensure
that students are competent in the core
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The Benefits of a College Education in David Leonhardt's...
In the context "Even for Cashiers College Pays Off", Leonhardt argues that going to college is not a
waste of time, only that the college education needs improvement. College education requires
money and so that's the reason why some people consider it as a waste of time. However, college
students get financial aid, and money is not a problem to them. In the context, Leonhardt explains
how America got benefits from engaging a lot into college education before other countries.
Leonhardt analyzes the importance of college education, where he asserts that the college graduates
earn more salary than the non–college graduates do (Bauknight 22). Moreover, the college graduates
have higher chances of being employed than the non–college graduates. Life in college is not as
expensive as people say because the college students get financial aids that enhance fees payment.
College education helps in enhancing skills and increasing salaries of workers. According to
Leonhardt, college education is important because it instills knowledge and discipline among
students, and ensures increased benefits in jobs that do not require degrees as a qualification. David
explains that people who graduate with a bachelor degree earn more salary that the high school
graduates. This is because; graduates have a high education level, allowing them to undertake high
skilled jobs. High education level enables bachelors' graduates to get jobs in companies that pay
high salaries. Graduates with degrees are
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Future Of America Research Paper
Education and the Future of America
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to changes the world." By Nelson
Mandela. Some people believe that education gives a lot of benefits, some of them don't. Well, you
probably don't know how important it is, but it definitely changes your life entirely. Education
teaches valuable lessons that help you in life. It gives you knowledge, and train you to be a better
person. College education leads us to a successful future, enhances maturity and growth.
In addition, having a college degree ensures economic and financial stability. You actually have a
much higher earning potential if you graduated. According to the reports of U.S. Census Bureau, the
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College doesn't teach you any skills. These degrees are absolutely worthless. Instead of taking the
classes that close to your major, you have been taking these classes in order to fulfill a general
educational requirement. There are not a lot of students get the job they want. ".....84% of graduates
from the Class of 2014 expect to find a job in their chosen field. The reality is that only 67% of
graduates from the previous two classes have received jobs in their chosen fields...." You also have
to pay a lot of money for the student loan and it's exceeded the cost of housing and utilities if you
were living on your own. ".... a 4 years college education could cost you $80,000 to $160,000." Said
Michel Price from the article: "7 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Go To College and 4 Things To Do
Instead." You don't need to have the college degree. There are plenty of jobs that do not require
college and you still get your payoff money. Well, this seems convincing, but I disagree. Students
get the job they dislike and that is their fault. At the first time, why don't they choose their major
classes, there were a lot of options for them. The second thing is that you actually earned more
money if you have a high level of education and it might be even greater than the job do not require
education. "....as worker level of education increase, their earnings rise and unemployment rates
fall." (pg. 63, New school year, old
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Higher Education : Is It Worth It?
Higher Education – Is It Worth It?
Everyone always says that college is what you're supposed to do after graduating; College has
become an "expected" part of life. Everyone always says that you're degree or "academic
qualifications" is what will lead you on the road of success and help you achieve your goals.
However, is it actually putting you on the road to success? Are your academic qualifications indeed
important to your chances of a successful career? I think so. I find that a higher education will bring
you closer to the successful path you want to be on in life. A degree will not only bring in extra pay
for you, but will also raise your chances of employment as well as make you more marketable to an
employer as well.
According to an article written by Beckie Supiano, "Over their careers, full–time, full–year workers
whose highest degree is a bachelor 's make 74 percent more, on average, than those whose highest
attainment is a high–school diploma, the authors found. When those with more than a bachelor 's
degree are included, the premium for higher education rises to 84 percent." (Supiano 2014)
Agreeing with this statement is a similar claim in an article written by Michelle Arrouas, stating that
"Among the key findings are that people aged 25–32 with a bachelor 's degree or more have a
median annual income of $45,000 and lower unemployment (3.8%), while high school graduates
only make $28,000 and 12.2% of them are unemployed. The study also showed that just
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Higher Education In Colonial America
$32,405 that is how much the average four year college degree costs in the United States. Higher
education has been around since Colonial America with the average price of a four year degree at
$400 ($5,622.19 today's money) in 1800 and constantly increasing to the price we have today. The
topic of free higher education has a deep history to consider, and there will always be both
supporters and critics who continue to debate this topic.
Free higher education has a deep history to consider. Higher education has been around in the
United States since 1636 with the creation of Harvard University. With the opening of Harvard
University in 1636 it paved the way for Higher Education in Colonial America. Today there are still
nine colleges and Universities produced by Colonial America that still operate today: Harvard
University, William and Mary University, Yale, Princeton, Columbia University, Brown College,
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Each side of the debate proposes great arguments. Supporters say, college graduates make more
money. Although, in 2011 50% of United States Graduates under 25 had a part time job or no job at
all. In today's day and age, it is highly unlikely for a part time job to make more than minimum
wage. Also, many college graduates are employed in jobs that do not require college degrees. In
2012, one in three college graduates had a job that only required a high school diploma or less. With
more job openings that do not require college degrees there is no point in attending college. Some
say, more jobs require a college degree. Although in 2012, there were 16,000 parking lot attendants,
83,000 bartenders, and 115,000 janitors who all obtained a bachelor's degree. Furthermore, with
214,000 employed people, with bachelor's degrees, in only three job areas in 2012 it shows that
many jobs do not require college
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The Between Associate And Bachelor 's Prepared Nurses And...
The advocates for baccalaureate–degree (BSN) – educated nurses are growing steadily with both
private and public organizations speaking out in support. The reason for this outcry is
understandable. As a registered nurse with over 15 years of experience, I have come to observe that
the current healthcare environment has become faster in pace and more dynamic and as a result,
necessitate the need for nurses to continually renew, update, and challenge their knowledge. The
idea that basic nursing education will prepare a nurse for a lifetime of practice is no longer
reasonable given rapid technological and scientific advancements (Bahn, 2007; Gillies & Pettengill,
1993; Gould & Kelly, 2004). The purpose of this paper is to discuss the differences in competences
between associate and bachelor's prepared nurses and to identify a patient care situation which will
describe how nursing interventions may differ based on nursing education levels Though, associate
degree nursing (ADN) students take the same qualifying examination with the baccalaureate
program student to be licensed, the differences between nurses prepared at both levels cannot be
over–emphasized. The BSN graduates bring unique skills to their work as nursing clinicians and
play an important role in the delivery of safe patient care (AACN, 2013). The BSN curriculum is
structured in a more in–depth way, thereby giving the students a more well–rounded education.
They take courses that help them gain a better
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The Effects Of Stress On Your Health
Being a nurse, I know that continual stress is harmful to your health. Stress can result in headaches,
stomach aches, gastrointestinal problems and also mental problems, just to name a few. It is
important to keep stress at low levels to prevent it from harming your body. Stress can be tolerated if
managed properly. People need to know when stress becomes too much to avoid the harmful effects
to their bodies. Some stress is unavoidable, but some types of stress are not unavoidable. We all
have some type of stress in our lives on a daily basis. Currently in my life, I believe the most stress I
have right now is finishing my bachelor degree. After this semester, I will have seven more classes
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First, having a plan to complete my degree is controlled. I have mapped out which classes I will take
in each semester going forward. I am able to take as many or as little classes as I can to incorporate
them into my schedule and other demands of life. Currently I am taking nine credits. I will also take
nine credits next semester. I have determined that three classes is a load that I can carry while
balancing life and work demands. Second, I have to keep in mind that these classes are full semester
classes, which each class is over a 16 week span. I have determined what my schedule is and how
much time is required to complete the classes and course work. Another aspect that is under my
control is planning. I am able to plan what classes I will take and when I will take them. Some
classes require a prerequisite, while others do not. I have to make sure that I complete the classes in
order so that I do not have additional stress later on by finding out that I need a certain class that I
did not already take. There are a few aspects of this situation that are not under my control. I do not
have control of how many weeks the classes run. It would be nice if the classes were only five
weeks long, therefore, I could take more classes in a semester. Since the classes are 16 weeks long,
it will take me longer to finish my degree. Because this situation is not able to be controlled by me, I
do not have to stress over it because there is
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Benefits Of A College Degree
Benefits of a College Degree Earning a college degree is such an important step in life that it has
become a central part of the "American Dream". Go to college, get a job, buy a house, raise a
family. It may not always be that simple, but it all starts with your college education.Earning a
college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life. It repares you, both intellectually and
socially, for your career and your adult life. benefits of a college include better career opportunities,
job security , benefits for you and your family ,and make more maney,but studies have shown that it
also leads to overall happiness and stability. First , Earning a college degree is the most common
pathway to a better career. Entering college, not everyone knows what they want to do when they
grow up. But most know they want to have a better jobnot only one that will pay more, but one in
which they are more satisfied and secure. That combination of benefits I why so many people make
the investment of time and money to go to college. Often times it's not necessarilywhat you study,
but the fact that you studied something at all. Aside from training you in an expert field, college
trains you to think analytically, understand complex subjects and communicate your own critical
ideas them. It also instills crucial skills like organization, self–discipline and the ability to complete
tasks from start to finish. In other words, college helps mold you into
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Should College Education And Universities Have Free...
Should college education and universities have free education for high graduates?
Tuition should be free at colleges and universities for high school graduates because it allow
graduates to have better employment opportunities, help graduate's be debt free and help citizens
that cannot afford to go to college the opportunity to go and have a better chance at life.
By students going to college and obtaining a college degree open doors for graduates to earn a
higher salary in a company's entry level job. A college degree forces a company to pay an employer
more salary than an employer with a high school diploma because they have a degree. Also by
student going to college and earning a degree it makes students more marketable for the job market
and also it creates a range of other career options in their area of study because they have received a
college degree. In today job market marketability is one of the major assets needed for landing a
good job. Graduates will also be able to create a networking base, networking is very important
while in college because human interaction is the most effective way to be able achieve what you
want in the in the real world.
Secondly a college degree also creates a better chance for graduates to earn job stability with in a
company. It is not usual for an employers to cut jobs doing an economic recession. What jobs are
typically the one to be cut out first? The jobs that are usually cut first are the
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The Negative Effects Of Going To College
Receiving a high school diploma is essential to today's society. More and more jobs are requiring a
high diploma for basic jobs. As for now, a college degree is becoming more common. Now more
jobs are requiring a high school diploma and a college degree. This makes it harder for those who
choose not to go to college to find a job to help support their families. School's have strongly
encouraged students to pursue a college degree because of the increase job requirements. Student's
need to attend college to have an average job making $10 to $15 and hour. By students going for a
bachelor's degree there making around $20 to $40 and hour based on what type of career they're
going for. Due to the rising cost of college and the negative effects that student loan debt has on
American families today, the question of going to college or not is not an easy one to answer. On the
other hand, the opportunities that college provides along with the personal enrichment that a student
can receive make it worth the time, effort, and the price one pays in order to pursue a college degree.
Students are able to attend either a community college or a four–year university. A student who
attends a community college can have the same opportunities as a student who attends a four – year
university. Both of these types of schools have clubs, organizations, sorority, and tutoring services
available. The only thing that makes a university different than a community college is that often
times people
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Is College Still A Good Investment?
"Is going to college still a good investment? For most students, the answer is a resounding yes."
Upon graduating high school, you are now entering adulthood and officially preparing for the future.
Many individuals choose to pursue higher education by attending a two or four year college. College
offers many benefits such as networking, studying abroad, and even finding the love of your life.
However, the overall objective is to graduate. Finishing is important because you have more
opportunities. You make more money. You have more stability. A college degree adds to one 's value
because it signifies that you are knowledgeable of what that particular career requires. It lets
employers know that you have studied, practiced, and passed all of the requirements needed to be
considered a professional in that career field. Learning the needed material in regards to a specific
career is important. Without the proper knowledge, you can 't effectively perform the tasks the
particular career consist of. Someone who does not have a college degree will not have the same
opportunities as someone who does. Even if they are equally educated in that career field. A degree
is technically a piece of paper, but in society, it is deemed to be evidence of one 's knowledge. Even
jobs are now requiring a college degree. The job 's duties may be as simple as working a cash
register at a fast food restaurant, but a college degree is required. A high school diploma or GED
used to be sufficient in
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Does College Secure A Successful Future?
Cristina Coronado
Professor Bridges
Freshman Composition
November 30, 2015 Does Going To College Secure A Successful Future? As someone grows up
their idea of living a successful life changes. As a child one has it set in their mind that they will be
rich, live in a multi–million dollar house and drive the nicest cars money can buy. Then reality
quickly hits upon graduating high school, the world is cruel and being successful means being happy
with their careers while having the opportunity to provide for themselves and their significant other
and future family. Although many believe a college education is not worth the investment, I believe
it is the key to a successful life because the return outweighs the cost, it ... Show more content on
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According to the Hamilton Project research shows that on average people in their mid–20's with a
high school diploma and people with a bachelor 's degree is significantly different but earning
increase even more dramatically over a lifetime. Comparing people in their mid twenties the gap is
about twelve thousand dollars and when looking at fifty year olds the gap increases from twenty to
about forty six thousand (Owne–Sawhill, 211). When you get more into depth the level of education
also means more money, a bachelor 's degree over a lifetime is a "premium" of about $570,000 and
for an associates degree it is about $170,000. Not to say that everyone should go get a bachelors
degree but there are certain degrees that are worth the investment in the long run.
Everybody hopes to be happy in their life. Money isn 't always the answer but relationships and
connections are. College is proven to prepare people for life (Hrabowski, 260). The overall well
being of an educated person increases compared to a person that 's not. "Research shows that
education increases job satisfaction, health, marriage, parenting, trust and social interactions"
(Owen–Sawhill, 210). In addition college not only benefits the individual but benefits the society. It
is proven that college graduates have a "lower crime rate and higher political participation" (Owen–
Sawhill, 210). Personally, although I have not yet graduated college
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What Is The Value Of A College Education Essay
The Value of a College Education What will one do after high school? Get a job? Make money?
Have a family? Well although finishing high school with a diploma and gives you a job and money,
a college degree will give all of these things and more. If He/she is looking for a certain job that you
can do they might not exempt you. With a college degree though it gives you a higher chance of
him/her getting the job or a better job and make more money than the average worker. one could
earn more money, get a better job and much, much more. Here are just some things that you should
think about going to college To begin with, college can help one by getting a better job. Compared
to someone that has a high school degree, he/she will have a better chance of getting the job they are
looking for or what they want. Some people say that a high school degree is ok to have, and yes, it is
According to our former president of the united states Barack Obama made a quote to the students. "
you're going to need a good education for every single one of those careers. You can't drop out of
school because if you drop out of school then you drop out of your job."
You need some type of education for a job for say a doctor, accountant, computer worker and even
engineers. The employment rate is also less than one that goes to a university or college. In the
article " New school year, old story" the author talked about why bachelor's degree will help in
making more money in a better job. "If
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College Is Not Worth It?
In the debate about whether college is worth attending, many argue that college is worth it but others
argue that college is not worth it. Those who argue that college is worth it contend to say that
college graduates make more money, college allows students to explore career options, and not
going to college will cost people more money in the future but on the other hand, those who argue
that college is not worth it contend to say that college graduates are employed in jobs that do not
require degrees, students who do not graduate waste their own money and the governments money,
and student debt can cause another financial crisis for students who are already struggling with
financial aid. While it is true that college does cause many problems already, college is worth
attending and worth all the problems at the end of the road. Individuals who say it is not worth going
to college would argue that college is a waste of time but can agree that college graduates make
more money than non–college graduates. College graduates with a four year degree make more
money than a high school graduate. For example, these statistics from an online source explains that
"On average, a college graduate with a bachelor's degree earned $30,000 more per year than a high
school graduate, or about $500,000 more over a lifetime, as of Apr. 2013. The bachelor's degree
makes a huge difference than a high school diploma. The majority of high school graduates want to
work when they graduate high
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Graduation Speech Over College Education Essay
Over the years, there has been a great deal of debate over college education and it's worth to society
and the students who is currently contemplating where they should go or not. In addition, the
question of cost, and just how expensive college has become over the last decade has come to
attention. It is clear that Americans and important figureheads have argued over whether the benefits
of attending college outweigh the benefits of just high school diploma or another type of post–
secondary schooling. There are many valid proposed arguments for and against college education
that enlighten Americans and cause them to ask questions such as "Do I need college to be
successful in life?" But the results, are very mixed. In today's society, we see both those who are
successful in their field and life in general due to the career their college education got them, or
those successful with just a high school degree or post–secondary schooling such as a trade school.
It can be very hard to differentiate the benefits associated with college education versus not having
it. Many people may ask, why is this topic important? Why should I care? These are great questions
to ask and sure enough the answers will be discussed more thoroughly later. The answer though is
relatively simple. The benefit of having a college degree far outweigh the benefits of not having one.
With the way our economy is rapidly growing, it is important to note how more and more jobs are
starting to require some form
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What Makes A Degree If You Can Not Get A Job?
Argumentative Essay
What Use Is A Degree If You Cannot Get A Job? This Question can be answered in many ways.
Why it is not such a great idea for people to achieve a college degree.
There are advantages to this and of course disadvantages.
The main focus on getting a degree in college is to gain knowledge of the area of study or of which
career a person wants to achieve a job in or a life hobby.
Going to school and learning is not only a great thing, it broadens ones areas of life to gain more of
an understanding of today 's life and to keep up with advancements in education and to receive
opportunities from higher job offerings, offerings from which require a higher level of education.
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One reason as to why people are not receiving jobs at a college experienced level is that the person
with the degree lacks enough job history and background as to which the person is applying a job
for.
Some jobs require that you have at least a year of experience before applying to work for the
company or job for which they are applying.
Second reason is that the person applying is not showing much of an effort to get into the job, such
as their resume lacks an eye catcher to the employer or that they are not putting in effort as to
another person applying for the position, the other person applying could be putting a lot more effort
to get into the position, he or she could be making calls, emailing, writing letters to the employer as
to why he or she would the right person for the job or could be a great asset for the company,
business, or facility to which they apply for.
Third reason is that the area or location of the job is booked up with full amount of employees and is
not accepting any more applying positions at the moment, in this case a person could keep checking
back for any open positions and could search for opportunities elsewhere, do not let that stop one
from applying, there are many opportunities to look for one just has to look hard for them and not
give up.
In the state of Oregon unemployment has decreased to an amount of five percent and nationally at
about six percent in
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A Person Growing Up Illiterate With No Education Degree Essay
Ameer Al–jadie
Ms.Campbell
CCR092
6 December 2016 Imagine a person growing up illiterate with no education degree. How will life
face him, or act toward his lack of education, and will he move smoothly with his future life, that is
full of great opportunities?will he ever going to succeed and improve if he encounter difficult
situations that may drain his hope of success? Will he ever going to realize all the benefits of
education and having the knowledge in life? Education is the golden key that allows all peoples to
access the life opportunity doors, and also the spectrum that is full of varieties of different job
opportunity. The most serious obstacle to upward social mobility is no access to education.
The class divide is a serious issue in America. People make decisions that they think are easy to do
but they don 't test the future impacts that may results from their decisions, that some time huge
impact on their life. In the New york times article "No Degree and no way back to the
Middle",Timothy Egan tells the story of a man who quit high school and wanted to work, without
having an education degree the end of his life started to get gloomy and unbalanced, at the end he
was very ashamed of what he did and he wished that he have an education degree, and have his own
career, because every company he work in sometimes has some issues and throw it's workers out,
and the job without education degree is not guaranteed to be successful.
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Why College Is Not For College
==========Despite the benefits and securities, there are a number of reasons why college is not
meant for everyone. The person may not perform well or even learn anything from college. A person
can be successful with or without a college degree. College is known by many as a "rite of passage"
(Addison 256). The misconception is that people believe that you have to receive a four year
education in order to be successful in life. A college education is like a key that opens the doors to
more opportunities in life. However, it is not always needed.
============Many people have either gone to college for many generations or they will be the
first members of their family to ever go to college. For some the idea of going to college has been
heavily pushed by those in their family. However, going to college should be a personal decision.
For example, some people going to college is so that they can have they can have a secure future as
they grow older. Some people may not realize this, but there are a lot of options and opportunities
available for those with just a high school diploma. Even though not having a degree can limit some
options there are plenty of careers out there that do not require a degree. Also, a person could
become successful just from working "From the Bottom Up." However, going to college could
potentially lead to more opportunities in the future. College is a way for a person to "invest in them
self" (Attending College). College can give someone the
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Should College Tuition Be Free For Everyone?
Should College Tuition Be Free For Everyone? Dr. Mary C. Clement said it best, when she said,
"Teaching is one of the most wonderful, difficult, rewarding, challenging, invigorating, and tiring
jobs in the world" (Clement). Teachers and Professors have worked at their profession and job for
years. They have gone through extensive training and schooling. Why should the students who take
the professors classes at a university, not pay tuition to support the school, and professors that the
school hires?
In the world we live in today, there is more than one trillion dollars in student loan debt holding
down college kids (Cubberly). Being able to pay for college is getting tougher for students straight
out of high school, without the help of their parents. In the meantime, middle class and hard working
Americans continue to see their hard earned money be given away through taxes. Why should the
middle class people be held down by this extra taxation among other things? Higher tax rates,
college diplomas would be a minimum requirement, further the entitlement culture, and more
money in the rich families pockets are reasons why college tuition should not be free for everyone.
First, free college for everyone would result in more money for the rich college kids' family, who
would already have enough money for college. At age nineteen under 20 percent of kids in the
poorest 2 percent of families in the country attend college (Bruenig). Those kids have many reasons,
including that
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A Brief Note On Social Class And Education
Social Class and Education
In OECD report, the richest 10 % of the USA earn 28% of overall income pie, and the top 10% of
people own 84.5% of the country's wealth. The bottom 50% of people own 0.8% of the country's
wealth. Therefore, new people have most of the wealth of country. Recently, even thought children
born in poor family, 90% of them will earn more money than their parents. However, they can not
be in top 10 % in the USA. At the same time, there are higher unemployment rate and a big gap of
income. People are unlikely to achieve a better position in society and get out from the bottom.
People believe education provides a strong chance to attain success and wealth in society. Earning a
college degree and learning skills will have a chance to higher income and lower unemployment rate
and poverty level in this society. However, higher education requires a good financial state. College
cost has risen. High tuition fee gives an unequal opportunities to every student, even though the
college degree give opportunities to chance overcoming poverty. children in a rich family have more
chance to get high education and the education drive to success life in the society. Three–quarters of
students at the top 146 U.S. universities come from the richest fourth of families in the USA. Three
percent of students come from families in the bottom income, and 10% of students come from the
bottom half of the income family. This information explains why students from richer families
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The For A Healthcare Administration Degree
There are many professions that individuals can seek with a Healthcare Administration degree.
Social workers, mental health therapist, case managers and long term facilitators are just some of
them. The expectant growth for healthcare occupations from 2014 to 2024 is 19 percent. This is a
higher growth rate than with other occupations. With the continued reform to federal health
insurance, which makes it easier for people to access insurance and the aging population, this could
add 2.3 million jobs. Depending on the profession that someone is seeking, the educational
requirements can differ significantly. The professions on the lower end of the pay scale require a
high school diploma or equivalent to a postsecondary non–degree award. Professions on the medium
range of the pay scale require an Associate to Bachelor's degree. The higher paying professions
require a Doctoral or Professional degree to a Master's degree. The more time that someone
dedicates to their education, will move them higher on the pay scale. The personality traits that are
required include helping others, talking with others and teaching. Individuals with these
personalities will do well in jobs that need you to be dependable, be able to handle stress well, be
very flexible, have a concern for others and have integrity. The skill set that is required include
empathetic listening, giving undivided attention to the person you are working with, understanding
kinesics, if something is not working then
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College Education Practice Benchmark

  • 1. College Education Practice College Education Practice Benchmark According to census data, there are 209.3 million people in the United States that are 25 years of age or older. Of that 209.3 million only 66.9 million have a bachelor's degree or higher. That means about 68 percent of people who are 25 or older do not hold a bachelor's degree. This seems like a problem considering that in 2011 there were 46.2 americans living on the poverty line, meaning that the family which includes two adults and at least 2 kids are making less than $23,021. This is definitely bad for the future because less than 30% of students in that bottom quarter of income, enroll in a 4 year school. Out of that 30%, less than 50% graduate. So when people say a college degree isn't worth it, they ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One cannot deny that a degree does not always guarantee a job to pay that salary. Certainly, it can depend on one's job or who that person works for that determines the salary. Despite this idea, having a college degree definitely gives a much better chance for a larger pay. For example, New York Federal Reserve Bank economists Jaison Abel and Richard Deitz in a study calculated the annualized the return investment on a four year degree. They found that associate and four–year degrees remain solid investments. Return on investment for the money put into a college degree over a graduate's career, pegging it at about 15% for current graduates. with a bachelor's–degree (Peters and Belkin, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 2.
  • 3. Is College Worth It? The Importance of a College Degree There is no simple answer to the question "Is College worth it?" Where some degrees pay for themselves while others simply do not. Many students are contemplating whether or not to take on huge student loans, because they are constantly told that college is the gateway to the middle class and the way to a secure and steady income. So the questions still on the mind is "Do the benefits of college still outweigh the costs?" I believe that although college brings heavy loans upon us, it is still necessary to do in order to survive and compete against others applying for the up and coming jobs. Recent college graduates who are working full–time earn about $15,000 more annually than their peers, who have only a high school diploma. Jobs that only require a high school diploma or GED will not pay as much as the jobs requiring employees to have a bachelor or even higher, so graduating college with a degree is almost required in today's society. Consequently, students are forced to choose the lesser of two evils: pay the great price to go to college with the possibility of suffering an enormous amount of student debt, or earn far less over a lifetime and undergo a greater likelihood of being unemployed for long periods, without the prospect of finding a reliable job. When looking at the two options, college still seems to always win because despite the recent struggles of college graduates, investing your time in a college degree may be more ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 4.
  • 5. Long Term Care Administration Essay The profession I am pursuing in the Kaplan University is Bachelor of Science in Health Care Administration. With this profession I can definitely have a different option on where to work either in a hospital, long term care, doctor office, and hospice agency. This type of career long term care administrator is a very well paid job, but that comes with a lot of responsibilities a lot of long hours. One of many responsibility is budget planning, personal, board meeting, and employee overview. As an administrator you also need to be in compliance with local, state, and federal laws making sure guidelines are being followed. To become an administrator or work in a long term care facility you need to have a bachelor degree or master depending on the state where you live. In the state of Texas, you only need a bachelor degree in any subject. With your degree in bachelor you will need to attend an accredited college that give classes to take the national administrator license exam. Kaplan is a regional accredited university where your degree and classes will count. With this type of the education as well the university that is helping pursue your degree will help you achieve that goal. With the degree that I am pursuing in healthcare administration that only a portion of where I am trying to achieve that long term care administrator. I will need to continue my study and go on to the part of getting my license administration. Being an administrator you need to have a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 6.
  • 7. Working Is More Important Than College Learning The social environment that I live in believes that working is more important than college learning. The community as the majority support that a fresh high school graduate should melt in the business world. After I graduated from high school, I started looking for any business that could be educationally and financially a self–improvement. As a matter of fact, I improved my income as well as my business experience. However, the business that I involved in required the English language. Despite of the business chances that I could invest in during the summer period at that time, I decided to go overseas to learn the basics of the English language. I traveled to the US where my older brother is studying. After the first day of arrival to the US, I Notice the changes that occurred to him. He used to believe in supporting working more than college learning as a member of our community. However, he became more knowledgeable in the field he worked in before traveling to get more knowledge in a developed country such the US. At that point, my negative perspective about education has been changed. After viewing the importance of education in a community that is different than my community as well as my brother's self–improvement, I started to view education positively. Since time in memorial, education has been one of the core sectors in many of the societies in the world. The purpose is to impart information and knowledge through the communication of ideas to the students. It ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 8.
  • 9. College Is College Worth For as long as I can remember, I've always been told that attending college is the best thing I can do for myself and my future. My parents were very adamant about furthering my education and had me thinking about college and my future the second I was able to comprehend what they were talking about. While they have always been supporters of earning a college degree, not every parent is, and it's not just parents that don't think it's worthwhile. There are many different types of people that find college to be a waste of time and money and that it doesn't do anything for those who desire to be successful. So what's the right answer? Is there one? Across the country, opinions on whether college is worth it seems to be divided and is a constant argument about who is right. The first side of this argument is those who favor college and think it is worthwhile. To begin, the biggest concern with college is that it's too expensive, but Forbes.com states that it doesn't have to be an expensive experience. Anyone is able to attend a community college before a four–year college and anybody is able to apply for the hundreds of thousands of scholarships that are available. It's also possible that your college will work with you to find different ways to be able to pay for college and graduate with less debt in student loans. Another way to make college less expensive is to have a part–time job. Although it's not going to be a huge amount of money, working while in college gives you at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 10.
  • 11. Essay Bachelor Degree Required Bachelor Degree Required Seeking advancement in my company seems to have the term "Bachelor Degree Required" assigned to it. Without a degree it's not impossible to be promoted, but it's more of an exception than the norm. At times, should the applicant have sufficient years of equivalent experience and be known by the group hiring, the requirement can be waived. With the constant change in company policies, the equivalency option may be removed. Then what am I going to do? With so many younger people entering the work place with degrees in hand, it is more and more prevalent that I complete my education. A college degree combined with several years of experience should help ensure my personal marketability. "There are more jobseekers ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... I need to understand the aspects of critical thinking, and how to apply it. Being able to question who, what, where, when, why and how is just the beginning. Taking the answers to these questions and learning how to applying them towards the improvement of business or product is the harder part. For some change is a hard thing to accept. The problem of implementing a change is often more human than technical. How to install changes and have the changes accepted is a skill I need to improve upon. In management you must have the ability to correctly identify the personality traits of others. Identifying these traits helps identify the type of management that will be required. Understanding the tendencies of your staff will help in the management of them. Having a good blend of personality traits working one project will be more beneficial than having to many of the same type. The adage "To many Chiefs and not enough Indians" applies throughout the work place. Overall, I am seeking knowledge that will help me be a competent manager. How do you anticipate the program helping you in your current position, and what will be your ambitions/goals once you complete our program? The education received from Phoenix University will provide the stepping–stones to life long learning abilities. Many of the leaders in today's market place have forgotten to learn. They need to remember that just because they did it this way before does not mean it is the way to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 12.
  • 13. Persuasive Essay About Going To College Joni Capo Mrs. Joe 05/12/2014 Going to college Is college education necessary today since technology is advancing more and more and computers are controlling everything? Today, there are people who have never been to college before but they are more successful and they doing much better in life than those who have bachelor or master's degree. But not everyone is born with a talent that would make their life easier and luxurious. Most people work hard to achieve their dream of getting an education and a dream job as well. A successful life starts at the moment when a person gets his degree after long, stressful years and he/she is ready to start a successful career. Most people are raised with the idea that higher education of one person is an important factor for them to succeed in life. Sometimes being an intelligent person and knowledgeable is considered as good as being a person who makes a lot of money. People have different views about going to college. For some people college will be like another four year of high school when more money and time will be wasted. However, others think that college provides lifelong lessons and skills that are necessary and required for a better future. Going to college is one of the wisest decisions a student can make because it helps them learn social and communicating skills, start a career, and get an education. First of all, college teaches us important life skills such as communicating with people of both genders and different ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 14.
  • 15. Is College Worth It? Is College Worth It? In recent discussions of Is College Worth It? By John Green, a controversial issue has been whether, people should attend college or get a job after they finish high school. On the one hand, some argue that people can get a monthly income better than if they have a degree. From this perspective, some people they do not want to attend college. On the other hand, however, others insist that people should attend college after they finish high school. In the words of John Green, one of this view's proponents, "after graduating from college, I actually made $1 per hour less when I started working as an assistant at Booklist Magazine, but the job was better in every way" (video). According to this view, he was working at Stake and Shake and he was getting better salary than what he got after graduate by 1$ less but money is not everything in life. Then he proved to the audiences through his experience that he was more comfortable with working as assistant at Booklist Magazine even he is making less money. Because he got a better job, got the knowledge, and work on something that he like. In sum, then, the issue is whether to attend college or work without a degree. My own view is that attending college is worth it even if it will cost some sacrifices of things that we can get it in the future. After, all, I have chosen to identify as a college student at Winona State University. Though I concede that choosing the university and working to enroll and pay the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 16.
  • 17. Why College Is Becoming More Expensive Many people attend college for a higher education and to find a career within their interest. Despite the fact that college is becoming more expensive and many people are not on a full ride scholarship have student loan debt, a college education is necessary. College has the ability to help build skills for a specific career or job. It also teaches students how to get involved with other students and to network. College can open doors for a poorer family. Many jobs today that don 't require any college experience don 't pay enough money for opportunities in life. It prepares you for adulthood, and gives you and open mind and knowledge about the real world.College is necessary and beneficial for a person 's life. People who have a college degree are likely to have stability and more money than those who don't have a college degree.Yes, it is possible to be financially stable without a college degree; however it requires more effort than those who graduate from college. Because of the economy today, job employment options are slim for those who only have a high school diploma. People who don't have a college degree have a higher chance of being jobless then those with degrees. Many people who don't earn a degree are likely to work for a company that doesn't pay well. Often times these jobs only pay minimum wage or a little above minimum wage. Higher income is one of the main benefits of earning a degree. The more money a person makes, the more they get to do. More families ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 18.
  • 19. Charles Murray Salary The average college student will graduate with 37,173 dollars' worth of debt and 40 percent of college students will drop out. (Cite should everyone go to college) Despite this, higher education typically allows an individual to follow their passion and make a living off it. In addition, college provides an intrinsic value that enlightens the individual. Although higher education requires a large investment that may not return its original value, I contend that this investment provides one the ability to typically earn significantly more money and pursue their passion. One of the more daunting issues of pursuing higher education is the enormous debt a student may accumulate over the course of their studies. This is especially true today because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, some, such as Gerald Graff, argue that colleges and schools are missing opportunities when nonacademic interests of the students are not taken into the classroom. For example, he claims that his schooling was unable to foster his interest in sports or other "nonacademic" interests. However, I would claim that this is false considering there are majors that can foster one's interest in sports such as sports journalism, sports broadcasting, and exercise science. In fact, I would argue that college allows one to follow their dreams. For example, I met a counselor who was originally was a plumber for thirty years of his life. When I asked why he changed careers he responded with, "I had full support from my family to go back to school, and ultimately I wanted to do something more fulfilling with my life. And now I am doing what I have always liked to do that is talking to people" To make this change he had to first earn his bachelor's degree and then his masters thus accumulating debt. In addition, he had to take wage cut of 50,000 dollars a year. Despite this he had absolutely no regrets with the decision he made. Ultimately the most crucial factor in one's decision to go to receive a higher education should not be money based, but whether they are pursuing a career field that they at least enjoy if not love. Although it may be true for some that a higher education ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 20.
  • 21. Is College Worth It? Achieve Your Goals By Attending College In recent discussions of "Is College Worth It?" By John Green, a controversial issue has been whether, people should attend college or get a job after they finish high school. On the one hand, some argue that people can get a monthly income better than if they have a degree. From this perspective, some people they do not want to attend college. On the other hand, however, others insist that people should attend college after they finish high school. In the words of John Green, one of this view's proponents, "after graduating from college, I actually made $1 per hour less when I started working as an assistant at Booklist Magazine, but the job was better in every way" (video). According to this view, he was working at Stake and Shake and he was getting better salary than what he got after graduate by 1$ less but money is not everything in life. Then he proved to the audiences through his experience that he was more comfortable with working as assistant at Booklist Magazine even he is making less money. Because he got a better job, got the knowledge, and work on something that he like. In sum, then, the issue is whether to attend college or work without a degree. My own view is that attending college is worth it even if it will cost some sacrifices of things that we can get it in the future. After, all, I have chosen to identify as a college student at Winona State University. Though I concede that choosing the university and working to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 22.
  • 23. The Benefits Of University Education Education is vital tool used in contemporary world to succeed. University education is used to mitigate the challenges faced in life. The knowledge attained through university education helps an individual get opportunities in life. Education starts from elementary level till bachelor's degree which further stretches to masters and doctorate (Education Corner, 2017). The aim of university education is to help graduates get jobs besides other benefits because it renders profound benefits in achieving higher earning potential, job opportunities and job stability. The aim of university education is to ensure higher earning potential. University education can lead to higher financial returns. Higher earning potential is a catalyst for majority of individuals to willingly choose to pursue a college degree (Beckstead, 2017). An individual possessing a university degree is ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Having university education can help an individual get higher employment opportunities due to the skills and expertise offered by a university graduate to an employer organization. Earning a college degree helps to secure a stable job due to the knowledge and experience that graduates have and they are less likely to lose their jobs during economic depression. Therefore the aim of university education is help graduates secure jobs. Reference Education Corner. (2017). Benefits of earning a college degree. The New York Times http://www.educationcorner.com/benefits–of–earning–a–college–degree.html Hussung, T. (2017).The benefits of having a college degree. Retrieved from http://www.thenewyorktimes.the–benefits–of–having–a–college–degree/ Yehuda,A., J. (2016). Some of the other benefits of higher education. Retrieved from ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
  • 24.
  • 25. The Value Of An Education What is the value of an education really worth in today's society? In order to clearly understand the worth of an education, one would have to understand what the word education really means. According to dictionary.com, it defines the term education as, "the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgement, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life (http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/education). An education is an important factor needed to succeed in the world we live in today. Because of its importance, many are continuing their education beyond high school and a bachelor's degree. If one chooses not to expand their knowledge and open their mind to be taught, a person will then become stagnant and unfamiliar with the changes in our civilization. "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." –Nelson Mandela. "Americans with four–year college degrees made 98 percent more an hour on average in 2013 than people without a degree. That's up from 89 percent five years earlier, 85 percent a decade earlier and 64 percent in the early 1980s." (1. New York Times article) In the competitive workforce today, higher skill levels are required to complete day to day tasks in each particular job field. What skills a person can gain through college will help them execute their job well. The better educated a person is the more job opportunities are available ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. College Essay : Why College Is Not Worth It? Many students are faced with the decision of whether they want to attend college, and their choice could either lead them into thousands of dollars of debt or a reliable, well–paying career. There are many deciding factors that need to be considered when choosing whether to continue education or start working. College is difficult and expensive, so if someone is not willing or able to complete college, it could be a waste of money. After evaluating your skills and what makes you happy, it is important to realize which career will be most beneficial. This career could require several years of college, or it could just require a high school diploma. Finding out what is best for you will help you develop a better future and a happier life. There are reasons why college is not worth it, why college is worth it, and why I think college is beneficial. First, many students choose to not attend college. There are several different reasons why people choose to not further their education. College is becoming extremely expensive, so many people feel that it is no longer worth the money. College leaves a numerous number of students in debt each year which requires people to borrow loans. Since loans have interest rates, student's debt continues to spiral out of control. Student debt is continuing to increase every year burdening more and more students and becoming the second highest consumer debt. In Forbes, Zack Friedman wrote that according to Make Lemonade, "there are more than 44 ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. The Pros And Cons Of College Students In latest years, we've visible a dramatic shift in charges associated with attending a traditional college or college for education. Goldman Sachs says many college students are now higher off not going to university, if it's a mediocre one. They file that even college graduates of mediocre schools earn much less, on common, than excessive college graduates. They even warn folks that are thinking about mid–tier schools as well due to the fee and opportunity the education may also or might not provide inside the future. "The common go back on going to college is falling," Goldman Sachs researchers wrote. In 2010, the typical college scholar needed to work eight years to interrupt even on their bachelor degree funding, Goldman located. And it's only getting worse. destiny conventional education will still require the equal credit hours be achieved, but the charge tag for every credit hour will boom inflicting an imbalance. The modern–day student debt is over $1 trillion now and employers are pissed off they are able to't locate graduates with the right abilities – they'd choose to lease, based on revel in and professional achievements. absolutely put, tuition is growing quicker than the average earnings potential.1 A separate take a look at indicates seventy one% of all university graduates carry student loans with a mean of $29,four hundred. It's best well worth going into debt with education if the earnings potential is there, primarily based in your plan and targets. both ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. Distance Learning and Black Board Essay Distance Learning and Black Board Distance learning is when students take courses by using some form of communication other than face to face communication with an instructor. This type of learning has been used since as far back as the 1800's when adults would learn handwriting by ordering lessons through the mail (Cosgrove 2002). The technology for distance learning has been progressing for some time now. Iowa State University started to offer courses through television in 1934 (Cosgrove 2002). These days we use the Internet for distance learning. Distance learning has recently become more popular and more advanced; there are now programs that can help professors organize their online classes. Online classes are a convenient and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This way even if someone is finding Blackboard difficult to use or doesn't understand a particular area of "Blackboard" help is readily available (Professional and Educational Services p.3). "Blackboard academic suites" are used mostly in colleges and universities. In using Blackboard a professor can do many different things that could make teaching a lot easier (Blackboard Solutions p.1). With Blackboard a professor can post announcements, send e–mails, post class discussions on the discussion board, post online quizzes, make the syllabus available online and much more. When a professor puts all these things on the Blackboard site it becomes available for the whole class to see. A professor can even post an individual's grade to the site so that only the individual can see their grade or send an email to an individual. Other things a professor can regulate is the appearance of their course site, and whether or not an area of Blackboard is used. This allows the professor to make there job fun and easy but still be doing there job to the best of their abilities and making the best of their resources. There are ten different areas of Blackboard. These areas are announcements, course information, staff information, course documents, assignments, communication, discussion board, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. College Isn 't Worth The Money The rise of college tuition along with room and board have lead many to believe that college isn't worth the money. This among with the other factors of how getting a job into society is more difficult and that a college degree no longer competitive due to the high abundance of them. On the other side, many others urge the importance of a degree. They bring up how more jobs today require degrees, the return investment, and many other things. First, the issue of getting a job. Those who are opposed to college believe a degree does not make you marketable. The Department of Labor released information stating how 17 million college graduates are working in jobs that don't require a degree. That's 1 out of all 3 Americans. Of those 17 million, many are underemployed in jobs such as bartenders and janitors. This is an eye popping statistic that lead people to assume that going to college is pointed. It's hard to argue. Seeing the facts, they have a valid argument. (ProCon) Even with the fact stated earlier that about how many college graduates work in fields that don't require a degree, more and more jobs are requiring a college degree even to the associates degree level. Though they can argue how the number of jobs requiring a college degree fell by 1.75 million, the number of jobs that require a high school diploma fell 5.56 million. Thus proving that having a college degree could provide more job security compared to their counterparts who don't. Along with that is how many ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. Is College For Everyone Essay High school seniors have many choices to make. One important choice is whether or not to go to college. Harvard as the first college founded in 1636. At this point only 4% of young people attended college (Anderberg, Jeremy. "Is College for Everyone?). As of 2013 there are about 14 million students enrolled in a 4 year institutions, and that number is expected to jump to around 20 million in the next few years (Anderberg, Jeremy. "Is College for Everyone?). College is hard and is not for everybody, but is it worth it? A college education is worth it in many ways it will lead you to success, way easier than a high school diploma. A college education gets you better financial success, gives you a much healthier life and greater success, and college graduates have more and better employment opportunities. A college degree gets you many things in life such as better financial success. People will argue that it doesn't give you financial success but it gives you debt and student loans to pay off because student debt can cause a financial crisis. According to as website called Procon.org, "The average student borrower graduated in 2014 with $28,950 in debt. In June 2016, undergraduate college graduates had an average of $37,173 in loan debt" (sec. 1). People that think college is not worth it might also reference the case of Doug Wallace Jr. Wallace fought for six years to have his $38,000 in student loans discharged after becoming blind and being unable to work; his student ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Learning & Assessment Strategy Qualification Diploma of Accounting Qualification Code FNS50210 Training Package FNS10 Duration 720 hours – 36 weeks @ 20 hours per week Units of Competence UOC Code UOC Name Status Nominal hours FNSACC501A Provide financial and business performance information Core 80 FNSACC502B Prepare legally compliant tax returns for Individuals Core 80 FNSACC503A Manage budgets and forecasts Core 80 FNSACC504A Prepare financial reports for corporate entities Core 80 FNSACC506A Implement and maintain internal control procedures Core 80 FNSACC507A Provide management accounting information Core 80 FNSACC601B Prepare and administer compliant tax returns for legal entities Elective 80 FNSACC505A Establish and maintain accounting ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This course has been established, consulted and endorsed by IBSA (Innovation & Business Skills Australia), through Rosalie Staggard (General Manager Industry Projects) and Tony Cusack (Industry Manager) (see attachment). Three accounting firms have been consulted and endorsed this accounting training package, they're being Jack Tuan Ly &Co, Global Accounting & Financial Service and Tax Solutions (see attachment). Further information is gather through reports of surveys and future trends in the industry compiled by the industry ISC and other industry representatives. Ongoing consultation with our migration agents ensures Westminster provides courses that appeal to International students wishing to study in Sydney. Program The programming is designed to permit entry to students at the commencement of a term or customised to allow for units that have been awarded through recognition of prior learning. Sequencing of Units The course is designed to ensure that students are competent in the core ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. The Benefits of a College Education in David Leonhardt's... In the context "Even for Cashiers College Pays Off", Leonhardt argues that going to college is not a waste of time, only that the college education needs improvement. College education requires money and so that's the reason why some people consider it as a waste of time. However, college students get financial aid, and money is not a problem to them. In the context, Leonhardt explains how America got benefits from engaging a lot into college education before other countries. Leonhardt analyzes the importance of college education, where he asserts that the college graduates earn more salary than the non–college graduates do (Bauknight 22). Moreover, the college graduates have higher chances of being employed than the non–college graduates. Life in college is not as expensive as people say because the college students get financial aids that enhance fees payment. College education helps in enhancing skills and increasing salaries of workers. According to Leonhardt, college education is important because it instills knowledge and discipline among students, and ensures increased benefits in jobs that do not require degrees as a qualification. David explains that people who graduate with a bachelor degree earn more salary that the high school graduates. This is because; graduates have a high education level, allowing them to undertake high skilled jobs. High education level enables bachelors' graduates to get jobs in companies that pay high salaries. Graduates with degrees are ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Future Of America Research Paper Education and the Future of America "Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to changes the world." By Nelson Mandela. Some people believe that education gives a lot of benefits, some of them don't. Well, you probably don't know how important it is, but it definitely changes your life entirely. Education teaches valuable lessons that help you in life. It gives you knowledge, and train you to be a better person. College education leads us to a successful future, enhances maturity and growth. In addition, having a college degree ensures economic and financial stability. You actually have a much higher earning potential if you graduated. According to the reports of U.S. Census Bureau, the median annual earnings of individuals with ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... College doesn't teach you any skills. These degrees are absolutely worthless. Instead of taking the classes that close to your major, you have been taking these classes in order to fulfill a general educational requirement. There are not a lot of students get the job they want. ".....84% of graduates from the Class of 2014 expect to find a job in their chosen field. The reality is that only 67% of graduates from the previous two classes have received jobs in their chosen fields...." You also have to pay a lot of money for the student loan and it's exceeded the cost of housing and utilities if you were living on your own. ".... a 4 years college education could cost you $80,000 to $160,000." Said Michel Price from the article: "7 Reasons Why You Shouldn't Go To College and 4 Things To Do Instead." You don't need to have the college degree. There are plenty of jobs that do not require college and you still get your payoff money. Well, this seems convincing, but I disagree. Students get the job they dislike and that is their fault. At the first time, why don't they choose their major classes, there were a lot of options for them. The second thing is that you actually earned more money if you have a high level of education and it might be even greater than the job do not require education. "....as worker level of education increase, their earnings rise and unemployment rates fall." (pg. 63, New school year, old ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. Higher Education : Is It Worth It? Higher Education – Is It Worth It? Everyone always says that college is what you're supposed to do after graduating; College has become an "expected" part of life. Everyone always says that you're degree or "academic qualifications" is what will lead you on the road of success and help you achieve your goals. However, is it actually putting you on the road to success? Are your academic qualifications indeed important to your chances of a successful career? I think so. I find that a higher education will bring you closer to the successful path you want to be on in life. A degree will not only bring in extra pay for you, but will also raise your chances of employment as well as make you more marketable to an employer as well. According to an article written by Beckie Supiano, "Over their careers, full–time, full–year workers whose highest degree is a bachelor 's make 74 percent more, on average, than those whose highest attainment is a high–school diploma, the authors found. When those with more than a bachelor 's degree are included, the premium for higher education rises to 84 percent." (Supiano 2014) Agreeing with this statement is a similar claim in an article written by Michelle Arrouas, stating that "Among the key findings are that people aged 25–32 with a bachelor 's degree or more have a median annual income of $45,000 and lower unemployment (3.8%), while high school graduates only make $28,000 and 12.2% of them are unemployed. The study also showed that just ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Higher Education In Colonial America $32,405 that is how much the average four year college degree costs in the United States. Higher education has been around since Colonial America with the average price of a four year degree at $400 ($5,622.19 today's money) in 1800 and constantly increasing to the price we have today. The topic of free higher education has a deep history to consider, and there will always be both supporters and critics who continue to debate this topic. Free higher education has a deep history to consider. Higher education has been around in the United States since 1636 with the creation of Harvard University. With the opening of Harvard University in 1636 it paved the way for Higher Education in Colonial America. Today there are still nine colleges and Universities produced by Colonial America that still operate today: Harvard University, William and Mary University, Yale, Princeton, Columbia University, Brown College, Dartmouth College, Rutgers College and the University of Pennsylvania. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Each side of the debate proposes great arguments. Supporters say, college graduates make more money. Although, in 2011 50% of United States Graduates under 25 had a part time job or no job at all. In today's day and age, it is highly unlikely for a part time job to make more than minimum wage. Also, many college graduates are employed in jobs that do not require college degrees. In 2012, one in three college graduates had a job that only required a high school diploma or less. With more job openings that do not require college degrees there is no point in attending college. Some say, more jobs require a college degree. Although in 2012, there were 16,000 parking lot attendants, 83,000 bartenders, and 115,000 janitors who all obtained a bachelor's degree. Furthermore, with 214,000 employed people, with bachelor's degrees, in only three job areas in 2012 it shows that many jobs do not require college ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. The Between Associate And Bachelor 's Prepared Nurses And... The advocates for baccalaureate–degree (BSN) – educated nurses are growing steadily with both private and public organizations speaking out in support. The reason for this outcry is understandable. As a registered nurse with over 15 years of experience, I have come to observe that the current healthcare environment has become faster in pace and more dynamic and as a result, necessitate the need for nurses to continually renew, update, and challenge their knowledge. The idea that basic nursing education will prepare a nurse for a lifetime of practice is no longer reasonable given rapid technological and scientific advancements (Bahn, 2007; Gillies & Pettengill, 1993; Gould & Kelly, 2004). The purpose of this paper is to discuss the differences in competences between associate and bachelor's prepared nurses and to identify a patient care situation which will describe how nursing interventions may differ based on nursing education levels Though, associate degree nursing (ADN) students take the same qualifying examination with the baccalaureate program student to be licensed, the differences between nurses prepared at both levels cannot be over–emphasized. The BSN graduates bring unique skills to their work as nursing clinicians and play an important role in the delivery of safe patient care (AACN, 2013). The BSN curriculum is structured in a more in–depth way, thereby giving the students a more well–rounded education. They take courses that help them gain a better ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. The Effects Of Stress On Your Health Being a nurse, I know that continual stress is harmful to your health. Stress can result in headaches, stomach aches, gastrointestinal problems and also mental problems, just to name a few. It is important to keep stress at low levels to prevent it from harming your body. Stress can be tolerated if managed properly. People need to know when stress becomes too much to avoid the harmful effects to their bodies. Some stress is unavoidable, but some types of stress are not unavoidable. We all have some type of stress in our lives on a daily basis. Currently in my life, I believe the most stress I have right now is finishing my bachelor degree. After this semester, I will have seven more classes to take. It seems as if it is an ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... First, having a plan to complete my degree is controlled. I have mapped out which classes I will take in each semester going forward. I am able to take as many or as little classes as I can to incorporate them into my schedule and other demands of life. Currently I am taking nine credits. I will also take nine credits next semester. I have determined that three classes is a load that I can carry while balancing life and work demands. Second, I have to keep in mind that these classes are full semester classes, which each class is over a 16 week span. I have determined what my schedule is and how much time is required to complete the classes and course work. Another aspect that is under my control is planning. I am able to plan what classes I will take and when I will take them. Some classes require a prerequisite, while others do not. I have to make sure that I complete the classes in order so that I do not have additional stress later on by finding out that I need a certain class that I did not already take. There are a few aspects of this situation that are not under my control. I do not have control of how many weeks the classes run. It would be nice if the classes were only five weeks long, therefore, I could take more classes in a semester. Since the classes are 16 weeks long, it will take me longer to finish my degree. Because this situation is not able to be controlled by me, I do not have to stress over it because there is ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 51. Benefits Of A College Degree Benefits of a College Degree Earning a college degree is such an important step in life that it has become a central part of the "American Dream". Go to college, get a job, buy a house, raise a family. It may not always be that simple, but it all starts with your college education.Earning a college degree is all about opening up opportunities in life. It repares you, both intellectually and socially, for your career and your adult life. benefits of a college include better career opportunities, job security , benefits for you and your family ,and make more maney,but studies have shown that it also leads to overall happiness and stability. First , Earning a college degree is the most common pathway to a better career. Entering college, not everyone knows what they want to do when they grow up. But most know they want to have a better jobnot only one that will pay more, but one in which they are more satisfied and secure. That combination of benefits I why so many people make the investment of time and money to go to college. Often times it's not necessarilywhat you study, but the fact that you studied something at all. Aside from training you in an expert field, college trains you to think analytically, understand complex subjects and communicate your own critical ideas them. It also instills crucial skills like organization, self–discipline and the ability to complete tasks from start to finish. In other words, college helps mold you into ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. Should College Education And Universities Have Free... Should college education and universities have free education for high graduates? Tuition should be free at colleges and universities for high school graduates because it allow graduates to have better employment opportunities, help graduate's be debt free and help citizens that cannot afford to go to college the opportunity to go and have a better chance at life. By students going to college and obtaining a college degree open doors for graduates to earn a higher salary in a company's entry level job. A college degree forces a company to pay an employer more salary than an employer with a high school diploma because they have a degree. Also by student going to college and earning a degree it makes students more marketable for the job market and also it creates a range of other career options in their area of study because they have received a college degree. In today job market marketability is one of the major assets needed for landing a good job. Graduates will also be able to create a networking base, networking is very important while in college because human interaction is the most effective way to be able achieve what you want in the in the real world. Secondly a college degree also creates a better chance for graduates to earn job stability with in a company. It is not usual for an employers to cut jobs doing an economic recession. What jobs are typically the one to be cut out first? The jobs that are usually cut first are the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 55. The Negative Effects Of Going To College Receiving a high school diploma is essential to today's society. More and more jobs are requiring a high diploma for basic jobs. As for now, a college degree is becoming more common. Now more jobs are requiring a high school diploma and a college degree. This makes it harder for those who choose not to go to college to find a job to help support their families. School's have strongly encouraged students to pursue a college degree because of the increase job requirements. Student's need to attend college to have an average job making $10 to $15 and hour. By students going for a bachelor's degree there making around $20 to $40 and hour based on what type of career they're going for. Due to the rising cost of college and the negative effects that student loan debt has on American families today, the question of going to college or not is not an easy one to answer. On the other hand, the opportunities that college provides along with the personal enrichment that a student can receive make it worth the time, effort, and the price one pays in order to pursue a college degree. Students are able to attend either a community college or a four–year university. A student who attends a community college can have the same opportunities as a student who attends a four – year university. Both of these types of schools have clubs, organizations, sorority, and tutoring services available. The only thing that makes a university different than a community college is that often times people ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Is College Still A Good Investment? "Is going to college still a good investment? For most students, the answer is a resounding yes." Upon graduating high school, you are now entering adulthood and officially preparing for the future. Many individuals choose to pursue higher education by attending a two or four year college. College offers many benefits such as networking, studying abroad, and even finding the love of your life. However, the overall objective is to graduate. Finishing is important because you have more opportunities. You make more money. You have more stability. A college degree adds to one 's value because it signifies that you are knowledgeable of what that particular career requires. It lets employers know that you have studied, practiced, and passed all of the requirements needed to be considered a professional in that career field. Learning the needed material in regards to a specific career is important. Without the proper knowledge, you can 't effectively perform the tasks the particular career consist of. Someone who does not have a college degree will not have the same opportunities as someone who does. Even if they are equally educated in that career field. A degree is technically a piece of paper, but in society, it is deemed to be evidence of one 's knowledge. Even jobs are now requiring a college degree. The job 's duties may be as simple as working a cash register at a fast food restaurant, but a college degree is required. A high school diploma or GED used to be sufficient in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 59. Does College Secure A Successful Future? Cristina Coronado Professor Bridges Freshman Composition November 30, 2015 Does Going To College Secure A Successful Future? As someone grows up their idea of living a successful life changes. As a child one has it set in their mind that they will be rich, live in a multi–million dollar house and drive the nicest cars money can buy. Then reality quickly hits upon graduating high school, the world is cruel and being successful means being happy with their careers while having the opportunity to provide for themselves and their significant other and future family. Although many believe a college education is not worth the investment, I believe it is the key to a successful life because the return outweighs the cost, it ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... According to the Hamilton Project research shows that on average people in their mid–20's with a high school diploma and people with a bachelor 's degree is significantly different but earning increase even more dramatically over a lifetime. Comparing people in their mid twenties the gap is about twelve thousand dollars and when looking at fifty year olds the gap increases from twenty to about forty six thousand (Owne–Sawhill, 211). When you get more into depth the level of education also means more money, a bachelor 's degree over a lifetime is a "premium" of about $570,000 and for an associates degree it is about $170,000. Not to say that everyone should go get a bachelors degree but there are certain degrees that are worth the investment in the long run. Everybody hopes to be happy in their life. Money isn 't always the answer but relationships and connections are. College is proven to prepare people for life (Hrabowski, 260). The overall well being of an educated person increases compared to a person that 's not. "Research shows that education increases job satisfaction, health, marriage, parenting, trust and social interactions" (Owen–Sawhill, 210). In addition college not only benefits the individual but benefits the society. It is proven that college graduates have a "lower crime rate and higher political participation" (Owen– Sawhill, 210). Personally, although I have not yet graduated college ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. What Is The Value Of A College Education Essay The Value of a College Education What will one do after high school? Get a job? Make money? Have a family? Well although finishing high school with a diploma and gives you a job and money, a college degree will give all of these things and more. If He/she is looking for a certain job that you can do they might not exempt you. With a college degree though it gives you a higher chance of him/her getting the job or a better job and make more money than the average worker. one could earn more money, get a better job and much, much more. Here are just some things that you should think about going to college To begin with, college can help one by getting a better job. Compared to someone that has a high school degree, he/she will have a better chance of getting the job they are looking for or what they want. Some people say that a high school degree is ok to have, and yes, it is According to our former president of the united states Barack Obama made a quote to the students. " you're going to need a good education for every single one of those careers. You can't drop out of school because if you drop out of school then you drop out of your job." You need some type of education for a job for say a doctor, accountant, computer worker and even engineers. The employment rate is also less than one that goes to a university or college. In the article " New school year, old story" the author talked about why bachelor's degree will help in making more money in a better job. "If ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 63. College Is Not Worth It? In the debate about whether college is worth attending, many argue that college is worth it but others argue that college is not worth it. Those who argue that college is worth it contend to say that college graduates make more money, college allows students to explore career options, and not going to college will cost people more money in the future but on the other hand, those who argue that college is not worth it contend to say that college graduates are employed in jobs that do not require degrees, students who do not graduate waste their own money and the governments money, and student debt can cause another financial crisis for students who are already struggling with financial aid. While it is true that college does cause many problems already, college is worth attending and worth all the problems at the end of the road. Individuals who say it is not worth going to college would argue that college is a waste of time but can agree that college graduates make more money than non–college graduates. College graduates with a four year degree make more money than a high school graduate. For example, these statistics from an online source explains that "On average, a college graduate with a bachelor's degree earned $30,000 more per year than a high school graduate, or about $500,000 more over a lifetime, as of Apr. 2013. The bachelor's degree makes a huge difference than a high school diploma. The majority of high school graduates want to work when they graduate high ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. Graduation Speech Over College Education Essay Over the years, there has been a great deal of debate over college education and it's worth to society and the students who is currently contemplating where they should go or not. In addition, the question of cost, and just how expensive college has become over the last decade has come to attention. It is clear that Americans and important figureheads have argued over whether the benefits of attending college outweigh the benefits of just high school diploma or another type of post– secondary schooling. There are many valid proposed arguments for and against college education that enlighten Americans and cause them to ask questions such as "Do I need college to be successful in life?" But the results, are very mixed. In today's society, we see both those who are successful in their field and life in general due to the career their college education got them, or those successful with just a high school degree or post–secondary schooling such as a trade school. It can be very hard to differentiate the benefits associated with college education versus not having it. Many people may ask, why is this topic important? Why should I care? These are great questions to ask and sure enough the answers will be discussed more thoroughly later. The answer though is relatively simple. The benefit of having a college degree far outweigh the benefits of not having one. With the way our economy is rapidly growing, it is important to note how more and more jobs are starting to require some form ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 67. What Makes A Degree If You Can Not Get A Job? Argumentative Essay What Use Is A Degree If You Cannot Get A Job? This Question can be answered in many ways. Why it is not such a great idea for people to achieve a college degree. There are advantages to this and of course disadvantages. The main focus on getting a degree in college is to gain knowledge of the area of study or of which career a person wants to achieve a job in or a life hobby. Going to school and learning is not only a great thing, it broadens ones areas of life to gain more of an understanding of today 's life and to keep up with advancements in education and to receive opportunities from higher job offerings, offerings from which require a higher level of education. Now that is great thing to learn, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One reason as to why people are not receiving jobs at a college experienced level is that the person with the degree lacks enough job history and background as to which the person is applying a job for. Some jobs require that you have at least a year of experience before applying to work for the company or job for which they are applying. Second reason is that the person applying is not showing much of an effort to get into the job, such as their resume lacks an eye catcher to the employer or that they are not putting in effort as to another person applying for the position, the other person applying could be putting a lot more effort to get into the position, he or she could be making calls, emailing, writing letters to the employer as to why he or she would the right person for the job or could be a great asset for the company, business, or facility to which they apply for. Third reason is that the area or location of the job is booked up with full amount of employees and is not accepting any more applying positions at the moment, in this case a person could keep checking back for any open positions and could search for opportunities elsewhere, do not let that stop one from applying, there are many opportunities to look for one just has to look hard for them and not give up.
  • 68. In the state of Oregon unemployment has decreased to an amount of five percent and nationally at about six percent in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 70. A Person Growing Up Illiterate With No Education Degree Essay Ameer Al–jadie Ms.Campbell CCR092 6 December 2016 Imagine a person growing up illiterate with no education degree. How will life face him, or act toward his lack of education, and will he move smoothly with his future life, that is full of great opportunities?will he ever going to succeed and improve if he encounter difficult situations that may drain his hope of success? Will he ever going to realize all the benefits of education and having the knowledge in life? Education is the golden key that allows all peoples to access the life opportunity doors, and also the spectrum that is full of varieties of different job opportunity. The most serious obstacle to upward social mobility is no access to education. The class divide is a serious issue in America. People make decisions that they think are easy to do but they don 't test the future impacts that may results from their decisions, that some time huge impact on their life. In the New york times article "No Degree and no way back to the Middle",Timothy Egan tells the story of a man who quit high school and wanted to work, without having an education degree the end of his life started to get gloomy and unbalanced, at the end he was very ashamed of what he did and he wished that he have an education degree, and have his own career, because every company he work in sometimes has some issues and throw it's workers out, and the job without education degree is not guaranteed to be successful. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 72. Why College Is Not For College ==========Despite the benefits and securities, there are a number of reasons why college is not meant for everyone. The person may not perform well or even learn anything from college. A person can be successful with or without a college degree. College is known by many as a "rite of passage" (Addison 256). The misconception is that people believe that you have to receive a four year education in order to be successful in life. A college education is like a key that opens the doors to more opportunities in life. However, it is not always needed. ============Many people have either gone to college for many generations or they will be the first members of their family to ever go to college. For some the idea of going to college has been heavily pushed by those in their family. However, going to college should be a personal decision. For example, some people going to college is so that they can have they can have a secure future as they grow older. Some people may not realize this, but there are a lot of options and opportunities available for those with just a high school diploma. Even though not having a degree can limit some options there are plenty of careers out there that do not require a degree. Also, a person could become successful just from working "From the Bottom Up." However, going to college could potentially lead to more opportunities in the future. College is a way for a person to "invest in them self" (Attending College). College can give someone the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 74. Should College Tuition Be Free For Everyone? Should College Tuition Be Free For Everyone? Dr. Mary C. Clement said it best, when she said, "Teaching is one of the most wonderful, difficult, rewarding, challenging, invigorating, and tiring jobs in the world" (Clement). Teachers and Professors have worked at their profession and job for years. They have gone through extensive training and schooling. Why should the students who take the professors classes at a university, not pay tuition to support the school, and professors that the school hires? In the world we live in today, there is more than one trillion dollars in student loan debt holding down college kids (Cubberly). Being able to pay for college is getting tougher for students straight out of high school, without the help of their parents. In the meantime, middle class and hard working Americans continue to see their hard earned money be given away through taxes. Why should the middle class people be held down by this extra taxation among other things? Higher tax rates, college diplomas would be a minimum requirement, further the entitlement culture, and more money in the rich families pockets are reasons why college tuition should not be free for everyone. First, free college for everyone would result in more money for the rich college kids' family, who would already have enough money for college. At age nineteen under 20 percent of kids in the poorest 2 percent of families in the country attend college (Bruenig). Those kids have many reasons, including that ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 76. A Brief Note On Social Class And Education Social Class and Education In OECD report, the richest 10 % of the USA earn 28% of overall income pie, and the top 10% of people own 84.5% of the country's wealth. The bottom 50% of people own 0.8% of the country's wealth. Therefore, new people have most of the wealth of country. Recently, even thought children born in poor family, 90% of them will earn more money than their parents. However, they can not be in top 10 % in the USA. At the same time, there are higher unemployment rate and a big gap of income. People are unlikely to achieve a better position in society and get out from the bottom. People believe education provides a strong chance to attain success and wealth in society. Earning a college degree and learning skills will have a chance to higher income and lower unemployment rate and poverty level in this society. However, higher education requires a good financial state. College cost has risen. High tuition fee gives an unequal opportunities to every student, even though the college degree give opportunities to chance overcoming poverty. children in a rich family have more chance to get high education and the education drive to success life in the society. Three–quarters of students at the top 146 U.S. universities come from the richest fourth of families in the USA. Three percent of students come from families in the bottom income, and 10% of students come from the bottom half of the income family. This information explains why students from richer families ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 78. The For A Healthcare Administration Degree There are many professions that individuals can seek with a Healthcare Administration degree. Social workers, mental health therapist, case managers and long term facilitators are just some of them. The expectant growth for healthcare occupations from 2014 to 2024 is 19 percent. This is a higher growth rate than with other occupations. With the continued reform to federal health insurance, which makes it easier for people to access insurance and the aging population, this could add 2.3 million jobs. Depending on the profession that someone is seeking, the educational requirements can differ significantly. The professions on the lower end of the pay scale require a high school diploma or equivalent to a postsecondary non–degree award. Professions on the medium range of the pay scale require an Associate to Bachelor's degree. The higher paying professions require a Doctoral or Professional degree to a Master's degree. The more time that someone dedicates to their education, will move them higher on the pay scale. The personality traits that are required include helping others, talking with others and teaching. Individuals with these personalities will do well in jobs that need you to be dependable, be able to handle stress well, be very flexible, have a concern for others and have integrity. The skill set that is required include empathetic listening, giving undivided attention to the person you are working with, understanding kinesics, if something is not working then ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...