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MY TAKE ON “LESSONS FROM THE ASSEMBLY LINE” BY ANDREW BAARKSMA Amanda Lilly Southern New Hampshire University
MY TAKE ON “LESSONS FROM THE ASSEMBLY LINE”BY ANDREW BAARKSMA 1 Some Lessons from The Assembly Line by Andrew Braaksma was very informational, and did a wonderful job describing how important it is to have a college education. As well as what life might be like without one. Andrew explains what life is like during the summers working at a factory in Michigan, versus what life is like while on campus during the school year. The author's goal is to stress the importance of a college education, and what life may be like without a proper education. I agree with the author's goal because I know first-hand how hard it is to get a decent paying job without an education. I didn't graduate from high school, (later obtained my GED) had my first child at age 20, and second by 23. I am now in my mid 30's working for minimum wage, and just recently decided to go back to college. Andrew said that factory life showed him what his future might had been like had he not gone to college and continued his education. His lessons about education were learned at the expense of those who couldn’t continue their education.
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