All true but what about other courses like architecture, arts, business etc if we pursue it from a good college?
Not true at all! In many places a University degree is overrated. When you graduate, you'll be competing with thousands of other students with the exact same paper that says you're good at following instructions. Have you heard that America is 1 trillion dollars in student debt?Don't be brainwashed thinking engineering, law, science or what ever will guatantee you a job. Trust me kid, when you go in the real world, they ask for WORK EXPEREINCE. The restuarant i work at consist of many post uni kids who can't find an engineering job or ehat ever.
And many law or engineering jobs are miserable. Fact.
Yeah true. I have seen people having degrees in engineering field and still can't find a decent job.
@BlackParade How do you think you get work experience? Yes, there is an endless cycle of employers who look for experience and people who can't get experience. It's all about breaking through the cycle by getting that first job. People who have degrees are much more likely to get that first job than people who don't. It's only a matter of whether or not having a higher chance of initially breaking into the workforce is worth the debt. For those who get scholarships and won't have much/any debt, the decision is a no-brainer. How do you get a scholarship? - high GPA- high SAT/ACT scores"And many law or engineering jobs are miserable." Opinion. As for the people you are referring to who can't get jobs with their engineering degrees, perhaps they didn't get their degrees at competitive universities. Perhaps they've been charged with a misdemeanor or they were fired from their high school job at McDonald's for disorderly conduct back in the day. (continued)
Maybe no degrees "guarantee" jobs, but if any of them do, it's the ones I listed. And even if they don't guarantee jobs, you'd be a fool to think your chances are any *better* without one.
Check out engineering truth a YouTube channel. And https://youtu.be/uugCRJXQXW0
No, thy dont. About 30% of graduating engineers in Ontario don't get hired.
In places like where i live (Toronto, Canada's most popular city) we are saturated with unapplicable university grad students. My guifance concellor said all her rich friends in high school are all went to college. While all the 4 year uni kids are drowning in debt.
@BlackParade First of all, you are ignoring EVERY other factor besides degree type. There is quality of education, reputation of school, criminal record, work experience, reasons for leaving prior jobs, just to name a few. Plus, if you live in Canada, it's possible that it is simply an ENTIRELY different situation for you, so what is the point in trying to tell me I'm wrong in the first place?
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I even knew people who had their masters and they were had a harder time finding a job and were getting paid the same as me in many instances.
I agree about the Master's comment. I knew wayy to many people who spent all this money on a Master's, only to have a harder time finding work and in many cases getting paid way less than they were supposed to.
@fashionguy17 If I would've known so many people thought the way they did about college and the workforce, I would've attempted long ago (after I graduated high school) to inform people that college is a bad idea. Sure, many people may decide not to listen to me (even as far as the schools themselves and TV networks and everyone else, who would deem me as stupid), but some might. And those that listened could've spared themselves the trouble that they're dealing with now. I thought people were smarter than me at the time and I was behind. Apparently, they weren't.
I know it. Bcz I am indian too
Nice which college you from?I am still in school
That's so true and people who haven't gone job searching wouldn't know this too sadly.
too many people are oblivious to how the country works
In a metaphorical sense.
Elaborate how education makes u a better person apart from moral values as a subject?
Look I'm not saying that someone who isn’t very well educated is a bad person, but whether we realize it or not it does help shape who we are, and who we may become. I know a number of different people and within my circle I have noticed a direct link between the quality of education and how they live their lives.For example my elder cousins who went to college/uni aspire to do something with their lives. They have a job and a much better attitude towards life and people. The can hold a decent conversation and respect people’s opinions.As for my relatives who didn’t do very well in school and have never set foot in college its a very different story. They don’t have a decent job, and they make very little or no effort to find one. I often find them rude towards other people and you can forget holding an intelligent conversation. The only thing the seem to want to do is argue and cuss all day.
On the other hand my father who has a degree in engineering from Japan and who also served in the arm forces can carry out a decent convo on almost any topic but is sometimes a complete pain in the ass so there you go. well educated but not a very decent person in general.
My mom on the other hand really took advantage of her studies, she has a double masters degree and is such a nice person in general, also home schooled me for a couple of years, a better person in general.
I hope you understand? :-D
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Well education doesn't guarantee you anything It's upto your knowledge and talent So it all depends on the individual Feel me?