Aspects of College Education

World Languages & Cultures is my major; I selected this degree because I am passionate about learning new languages and cultures and pursuing a career as a translator or international accountant. I have been interested in knowing more about the globe since I was eight years old, and I have studied Spanish, Russian, and Mandarin. I want to learn all of the world’s languages, travel, and eat new foods. I enjoy shopping and am interested in the cultures of Korea and Japan. At the moment, I am learning Korean and Japanese. This work was written to answer some of the questions related to a college education through personal examples and experience.

Graduates of college have an average earning potential more significant than those who have only a secondary degree. Good paid employment for most individuals at college is one of the main reasons. Education can change your life in many ways besides financial gain, and this is what I love about getting a college education. Further, going to university does not always imply moving into a campus sleeping accommodation with a green quad and stone structures. Numerous college communities have specialized programs that teach people in particular vocations. In two years or less, individuals can graduate or certify – usually in a couple of months to a year. I believe that college training is necessary because it makes it possible to get an education reasonably short, and colleges can provide ready-made workers for work. Most companies today are looking for qualified professionals, and education requires confirmation.

One aspect about colleges I would change is that they can be cheaper or completely free. Many students worldwide suffer financial restrictions for college education. Since learning is such an essential aspect of life, there are many arguments for improving university accessibility. If people are educated, they can find a better solutions to issues daily. It implies that civilization can move forward more quickly. In addition, educated people may comprehend the past and current economic situations of their society better. As such, they could be more eager to engage and better the nation in politics.

In place, most industries need more trained workers with excellent analytical capabilities and creative talents. The demands of the workers are changing. Most automated occupations replace low-skilled employees; automation swiftly spreads across professions, such as back-office chores, which require repeat (Collins & Halverson, 2018). Automation is not intended to substitute the whole labor, however. Such abilities are taught and improved through university education. If more individuals can go to college free of charge, the workforce will grow.

It is very crucial to address increasing university expenses and debt. Many more students need access to higher education choices that can be significantly cheaper and more excellent – including free college tuition. The incentives that underlie the system need to be restored to focus on the critical outcome: a quality degree at a reasonable cost. However, people will be able to find a way to pay for the failed existing system. For instance, the A + education collaboration enables each student in Alabama to enhance public education. They establish high standards and meet them via promoting policies, practices, and funding that foster education and work with schools to enhance teachers’ and leaders’ abilities. In summary, I cannot say that I was wrong when I decided to go to college. This decision, in any case, influenced my life on the good side; namely, I will be able to get a prestigious job, have a good salary, and have received knowledge in college.


Collins, A., & Halverson, R. (2018). Rethinking education in the age of technology: The digital revolution and schooling in America. Teachers College Press.

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