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possibly the most important factor. It's not in the study hall, yet rather on the campus. Students who are engaged in social interactions can possibly make connections that keep going for a lifetime. Furthermore, being good at networking may help people find better and highly paid jobs. Not just that, people even end up getting promotions because of their good communication skills. The article “Benefits of Earning a College Degree” is written by Becton Loveless where he talks about the benefits one can earn by going to college. One of the benefits of attending a college is that it trains people to communicate well. He states, “The truth is that creating a professional network can mean the difference between finding a job or getting a promotion, and those networks start forming in college” (91). Colleges are loaded up with volunteer associations where you can meet other people who are in the same field as yours. Through these reaches, you may find out about the opportunities while you're still in the college. This may incorporate entry-level position openings and different
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Najam 3 opportunities to get the true experience that will look great on your resume. These equivalent contacts might most likely connect you to assets that will help you to better comprehend your field. By interfacing with these individuals, you can find out much more about your field while you're just a college student. Moreover, many people claimed that people who are more educated lives a longer and better life. The speech “Remarks by the First Lady at Bowie State University Commencement Ceremony” was given by Michelle Obama where she claims shared about the data from a study which proves that “women with a college degree live an average of six and a half years longer than those without. And for men, it’s nearly 10 years longer” (175). People who are more educated have better access to medicinal services and are progressively disposed to embrace healthy habits and maintain a strategic distance from unhealthy habits. I realize that advanced education better prepares you to explore your way throughout your life. You become more familiar with yourself and your general surroundings. It supports your certainty, improves your relational abilities, keeps you feeling youthful and makes you feel invigorated. The majority of this leads to happiness, less pressure, and more noteworthy self-satisfaction – each connected to wellbeing and longevity. Another study conducted by scientific journal PLOS ONE found out that people with a higher level of education outlive those who don’t. This study has been discussed in the article “Study: Higher education can help you live longer” by Lea Giotto. The author confers about the findings of researchers which reveals that “110,068 deaths in 2010 could have been prevented if adults who went to college for a time” (54). Educational differences in mortality have been increasing day by day. For instance, more people die due to a lack of advanced education in 1945 than in 1925. In
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