Why is college graduation important?

With more and more careers requiring advanced education, a college degree can be critical to success in today's workforce. Research indicates that earning a degree can have a significant and expansive impact on your life.

Why is college graduation important?

With more and more careers requiring advanced education, a college degree can be critical to success in today's workforce. Research indicates that earning a degree can have a significant and expansive impact on your life. It also has the potential to help you make a positive impact on your family and the world. As a college graduate, you're also more likely to enjoy your work.

All of the factors listed above: higher incomes, job benefits, and opportunities for promotion lead to greater job satisfaction. But a college degree also gives you more freedom to pursue a career that interests you, perhaps even inspires you. University graduation ceremonies are important and special for every graduate who attends. Ceremonies are a way of celebrating our achievements and of sitting next to our colleagues and friends who have been by our side for the last time before we all go our separate ways.

The beginning marks the end of a great chapter in our lives. Earning a college degree will almost always improve your career opportunities. In today's competitive labor market, it's increasingly common for employers to require applicants to have at least a bachelor's degree in order to qualify for many jobs. This means that, without the credential, you'll find yourself at a disadvantage: it's hard to even walk into a new company or start a conversation with a potential employer without it, even if you have years of experience in your field.

Even if you don't want to change jobs or move to a new company, you'll often find that your prospects for internal change (such as promotions) are limited without a degree. By almost any measure, college graduates outperform their peers who have only completed their high school degree. Studies show that college graduates earn significantly more money over their lifetime than those with only a high school education. Graduation is a special memory that will be remembered forever, and many people want to be part of that and show their love to graduates on their big day.

In addition, college graduates rely significantly less on government programs and services than those with a high school degree.

Vanessa Shelly
Vanessa Shelly

My name is Vanessa and I am a college student at the University of Michigan. I am majoring in communications and I love to write. I am a member of the Michigan Marching Band and I love to play the trumpet. Infuriatingly humble coffee guru.

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