September 24 2014
I believe a college degrees is worth incurring significant debt because of the going to college opens up more opportunities to make more money than a high school graduate or people who didn't complete high school. Also college graduates also are healthier and live longer than others. My last reason is that earning a college degree is a major life achievement for people.
Bases on what i read college graduates make more money than a high school graduate or than people who didn't complete high school. A college graduate with a bachelors degree earned $30,000 more per year than a high school graduate. Today most good jobs will require a college degree. Businesses want to hire people who know how to ...view middle of the document...
In 2008, 23% of college graduates aged 35 to 44 years old were overweight compared to 37% of high school graduates. Its been known that college graduates on an average lives six years longer than a high school graduates. Even though college stress can lead to health problems and other negative consequences. 40.2% of college students reported feeling overwhelmed.College stress can lead to headaches weight gain and way more. this would be a reason that most people stop going to college and drops out then begins to be in debt.
My last reason for agreeing that college is worth being in debt is that earning a college degree is a real major life achievement for people. College is one of the few times in life where you can learn from failure without fear of the consequences. Also challenging ourselves to work hard, to overcome bad results and to achieve high scores on everything, we can prepare ourselves for the realities of the professional world. Darius said graduating from college with his degree was probably the best day of his entire life it was day he finished his challenge to himself and also made a family history.
Yes i honestly still believe that college degree is work significant debt because of all the opportunities a college degree comes with at one time once you get to your goal and get to where you wanted to be you can just still do payments on your loans. Lastly you will be highly proud of yourself once you get your college degree and won't be to worried about the debt you're in and it still won't seem like a lot once you get to where you wanted to go.
Work Cited : http://college-education.procon.org/