Today's Perception of a College Education by Adam Tar

Today's Perception of a College Education

byAdam Tar

Kobo ebook | October 19, 2011

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Research Paper (undergraduate) from the year 2011 in the subject Pedagogy - Higher Education, grade: 95%, Webster University (Sarasota), course: MKT5000, language: English, abstract: Because of a troubled economy that is showing no signs of improvement, the cost of a college education is experiencing questioning. Some may believe that it is a much better solution to take those four years and start working their way up because experience is key. Others claim that there are statistics to back that the earnings of a college graduate are substantially higher than one with a high school diploma. That putting in the work, and the investment will be worth it over time. However, with the economy showing no sign of improvement, along with a very low employment rate, the number of individuals with an undergraduate degree is becoming very over-saturated. The search for a job is becoming much more barbaric in attempt to start a life, and paying off the long-term debt associated with one's education. This survey, evaluates how important a college education is perceived in today's society. The participants have been both male and female from different ages, educational levels, income levels, and states. A total of 24 participants responded to this survey, however there was an expected goal of 50. The results that have been gathered may be shocking to some, and no surprise to others.

Title:Today's Perception of a College EducationFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:October 19, 2011Publisher:GRIN VerlagLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3656032785

ISBN - 13:9783656032786

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