BACKGROUND one can see, there is a substantial



There are many factors
that will affect a person’s life. The most important of’ these factors is
whether or not one has a college degree. There are many reasons why obtaining a
college degree has such a strong influence on one’s life. 
A college education can open many doors in a person’s search for a career.
People that have attained a college degree are hired in at a higher pay and are
considered to be much more employable. This means that a college graduate would
be more likely to be offered employment than another who did not attend college
or did not attain a degree. The unemployment rate for a person with less than a
high school diploma is more than three times that of a person with a college
degree (U.S. Department of Labor). 
College will also assist in preparing a person for a career in a particular
field. In a vast majority of highly specialized jobs, if one does not have a
college degree, there is little to no possibility of securing a career in that
chosen field. College will give a person the tools to succeed in the field of
their choice. These tools would not be available to most people who do not
attend college. 
Another aspect that should be considered is the fact that people with a college
degree will earn $650,000 more over their lifetime than someone who does not
have a degree (U.S. Deptartment of Labor). As a person’s level of education
increases, so does their income level. For example: In Massachusetts, the
average income for a high school graduate is $46,523. A person who has a
bachelor’s degree has an average income of $81,026. For persons with a master’s
degree, the average income increases to $96,519 (U.S. Census Bureau). As one
can see, there is a substantial increase in the average income between a person
with no degree and one with a college degree.

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One of the most important elements that people see on a resume is
college education. These days, it is harder to get a job unless you go to
college. There continues to be competition for employment after college and it
depends on what college one attends. For example, there are huge gaps on the
average salaries between a student who attends Harvard and a student who
attends somewhere less prestigious. The reasons why people go to college are to
get good jobs, which means more money and also to obtain more social and life
First, people say that getting a job is the first obstacle in life. The second
obstacle is getting married and third is how to take care of your child or
children. In order to pass the first obstacle, which is getting a good job is
the most important. The result of this first obstacle can impact the second and
third obstacles. This expresses how important it is to get a job. The first
thing that people look for is what college the applicant goes to. College
expresses how well organized you are and also how smart and what habits you
have. Also, this means that the applicant has the potential to work hard and keep
the work that the applicant is suppose to do.

In addition, the second reason why people go to college is to gain more social
experience and learn more knowledge. People can marry any time they want.
However, the reason why people do not marry until their twenty’s or older is
because they are not mature enough. People do not have enough knowledge if they
marry when they are teenagers. People have to learn what social life is or how
the world economic is going. Furthermore, having a baby or being a husband/
wife means that it is going to cost a lot of money in order to survive. In
college, you can make more friends and meet people who are just the same as you
are. For example, if you have an interest in Sociology, you can meet people who
are studying about sociology in classes and get to talk to them about the
topic. People experience what social life is and how tough it is to work in a
company and the importance of teamwork. People start to get salaries and get
some knowledge on how to survive without parents.

In conclusion, I think it is important to go to college not just to study but
also to gain some experience and to get a good job. My parents always give me
good reasons to say that just focus and study really hard when you are in
middle school or in high school. Then, my parents tell me what are some of the
reasons why I have to study hard in middle school and in high school. The
reasons that they always tell me is that you will regret when you get to a
college. People seem to think “I should have studies hard at that time”, but it
is too late once you go to a college. For example, if one does not study hard
before college, they have a lot of remedial work to do. I hope people do not
regret once they are in college, instead to study hard when you are younger in
order to be accepted to a good college









What do they prefer to go
work or school after Senior High? How they can get a suitable job for their
course? To think about on how they handle their obstacle in their lives. If a
person’s ability does not support the course they like, they need to think for
alternatives that would suit it. Choosing a course is a really tough decision
to make but the students must always put on their mind. And to evaluate their
selves what are the advantages when they proceed in college or it is really
true when they graduate in college they can get a better job that can help
yourself to earn money.



























Reasons for going
to college.

Stimulating the
iniative thinking of the students.

It helps to get a
high-paying job that suit to the students.

It promotes
quality education and enhanced the personality of an individual.

It is a good
oppurtunity to developed or expand the 
knowledge of the students.




























Ha: This study motivates
student to proceed in college.

Ho: This study can’t surely
help students in  choosing the course
that they want.

Ha: This study can help the
students understand the importance of college degree.

Ho: This study will confused
students in choosing decision.

Ho: This study motivate
students in choosing thier right path in college.

Ho: This study can put
pressure to the students in choosing college courses.





















The main focus of this
study is to manifest the advantage of pursuing in college degree that can help
the students to choose their suitable courses. It will help them in deciding
what are the best courses for them and  to get a high-paying job to earn money. If
students proceed in college, it can develop their personality to become a good
employee someday. College degree help the students to showcase their own
talents  and also to enhance their skills
as well as their knowledge to become productive in his/her own way, to become
responsible worker in the near future.

Respondent of the study:

The respondent of
this  study were the 30 students from
Grade 12 in every institution in Samal district. We choose the Grade 12 as the
respondents of this study its because they are in the last year in high school.


Sampling Method

For the sampling method
we choose random sampling. Its because we can ensure you that the sample is not
biased, its easy to conduct, the process is simple and short. It takes lesser
time to complete the study, this technique costs less money in conducting the


This study will start
this coming September 1, 2017 and will end on the first week  of the month of October.
























Adult – fully grown and developed.

Advantage- something (such as a good position or
condition) that helps to make someone or something better or more likely to
succeed than others.

Alternative – offering or expressing a choice.

Ambition- a particular goal or aim something that a
person hopes to do or achieve.

Aspect- the way a person, place, or thing appear.

Benefecial- producing good or helpful results or
effects producing benefits.

Bias- a tendency to believe that some people, ideas,
etc., are better than others that usually results in treating some people

Career- a job or profession that someone does for a
long time.

College- an educational institution or establishment,
in particular.

an organized group of professional people with
particular aims, duties, and privileges.

Confused- unable to think clearly; bewildered.
not in possession of all one’s mental
faculties, especially because of old age.

Crucial – decisive or critical, especially in the
success or failure of something.

Decision- a
conclusion or resolution reached after consideration.

the action or process
of deciding something or of resolving a question.

Development- the
process of developing or being developed.

Drastically – in a way that is likely to have a
strong or far-reaching effect.

Education- the
process of receiving or giving systematic instruction, especially at a school
or university.

-. (of a person) working in a well-organized and competent way.
Enhanced- to increase or to improve.

-involving many carefully arranged parts or details; detailed and complicated
in design and planning.

Habit- a settled or
regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up.

facts provided or learned about something or someone.

the state of wanting to know or learn about something or someone.

Internships- the
position of a student or trainee who works in an organization, sometimes
without pay, in order to gain work experience or satisfy requirements for a

Irrelevant -not
connected with or relevant to something.

Judgement- the
ability to make considered decisions or come to sensible conclusions.

Leadership- the
action of leading a group of people or an organization.

Learning- the
acquisition of knowledge or skills through experience, study, or by being

clear or obvious to the eye or mind.

Motivate- stimulate
(someone’s) interest in or enthusiasm for doing something.

Necessary- required
to be done, achieved, or present; needed; essential.

Obstacle- a thing
that blocks one’s way or prevents or hinders progress.

Obtain- get,
acquire, or secure (something).

Opportunities- a
set of circumstances that makes it possible to do something.

Personality- the
combination of characteristics or qualities that form an individual’s
distinctive character.

Pressure- the
continuous physical force exerted on or against an object by something in
contact with it.

inspiring respect and admiration; having high status.

producing or able to produce large amounts of goods, crops, or other

a paid occupation, especially one that involves prolonged training and a
formal qualification.

Profesional- a
person engaged or qualified in a profession.

(someone or something) in order to catch or attack them.

Regret- a feeling
of sadness, repentance, or disappointment over something that has happened or
been done.

Remedial- provided
or intended for students who are experiencing learning difficulties.

Respondent- a
person who replies to something, especially one supplying information for a
survey or questionnaire or responding to an advertisement.

Responsible- having
an obligation to do something, or having control over or care for someone, as
part of one’s job or role.

enlist (someone) in the armed forces.

Sociology- the
study of the development, structure, and functioning of human society.

encourage development of or increased activity in (a state or process).

Strive- make great
efforts to achieve or obtain something.

Success- the
accomplishment of an aim or purpose.

Suit- any of the sets
distinguished by their pictorial symbols into which a deck of playing cards is
divided, in conventional decks comprising spades, hearts, diamonds, and clubs.

Talent- natural
aptitude or skill.

Teamwork- the combined action of a group of people, especially when
effective and efficient.

Technique- a way of
carrying out a particular task, especially the execution or performance of an
artistic work or a scientific procedure.

Tough- involving
considerable difficulty or hardship; requiring great determination or effort.

Traits- a
distinguishing quality or characteristic, typically one belonging to a person.