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5 Benefits of Continuing Your College Education

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10/04/2018

 

Enrollment Ongoing for Second Semester

For New College Students & Transferees

 

Education plays a vital role in our personal growth as well as in our nation’s social and economic development. It can turn a person’s life around. This is also the reason why it is always being prioritized by the society in various aspects.

In 2016’s overview of the labor market, there are 1,425,000 unemployed individuals whose ages range from 15-30 years old.  This makes the overall job market competitive as time passes by and gives emphasis on the importance of education in landing and securing a job.

College graduates undeniably earn higher income compared to both high school graduates and undergraduates. Meanwhile, it takes up to three years for a high school graduate and at least one year for a college graduate to find a first job. This shows the relevance as well as the benefits of continuing one’s higher education.

In today’s fast-paced environment, some individuals put their studies on hold due to specific reasons. If you are one of those people, now is the time to get back on track. The academic journey is not easy but it is something worth fighting for.

Listed below are five reasons why you should continue your college education.

1.   Expand and nurture one’s knowledge and skills.

Undoubtedly, tertiary education will give you further knowledge in a variety of areas. You will learn new ideas and develop relevant skills as you pursue your chosen field. The ups and downs in school will also mold you into a person who can overcome life’s uncertainties.

2.   Lead to more job opportunities.

Your educational attainment is your gateway to your aspirations. Continuing your education will help you strengthen your range of marketable skills and credentials as well as make you competitive in the overall job market.

3.   Achieve a higher income.

Individuals with greater educational attainment earn higher income with satisfying job benefits. They are also the most likely to move up the socio-economic ladder. Indeed, the more you learn, the more you earn.

4.   Broaden your social network.

In school, there are several opportunities to interact with different social circles. There are class discussions, group activities, and student organizations that encourage you to socialize with students and professors. These opportunities will help you build your relationships with people who can possibly lend you a hand when you are looking for job opportunities. Keep in mind that expanding your network is relevant as you advance your career in the future.

5.   Give back to the community.

Education provides you many opportunities to give back to the community through different outreach programs. There are certain classes and organizations that allow you to be part of volunteer activities. Institutions highly value the importance of giving back to the society as it develops one’s overall character.

 

Is it your dream to provide a better and brighter future not only for yourself but also for your family? Education is your ticket to achieving that goal! Generally, a degree will lead you to amazing opportunities that will change your life for the better. It is something that cannot be taken away from you.

Continuing your college education will strengthen your knowledge as well as your skills. This will make you marketable as you pursue your chosen career path. If you are one of those people who think and plan of continuing their education, why wait for next school year if you can start now? If you missed the first semester enrollment, do not fret! STI makes all your dreams attainable by opening its enrollment for the second semester. You may now visit your preferred STI campus for inquiries.

Enrollment Ongoing for Second Semester

For New College Students & Transferees