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Reasons of Why People Attend School

  • Date Submitted: 08/31/2011 04:02 PM
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When a person decides to go to school, he or she is mainly thinking of having better options when getting a future job. Since nowadays, we live in a very competitive world, people need to achieve more expertise and knowledge, as well as to improve interpersonal relationships. These reasons make attending school attractive to people so that they make plans and eventually register in some course of study.
  First of all, to face the world today you must be prepare to solve all kinds of problems the best way you can. This is achieved by expanding your knowledge and getting experience. In fact, without the necessary preparation it is almost impossible to get a stable job with a convenient profit. Also, all the things you have learned during school will probably help you in the field of business, law, engineering, etc., or in whatever you have decided to work at in the future.
  In addition, a person does not only study when he or she is attending school, he   or she also needs to meet other people and make new friends, and thus enhance interpersonal relationships during this period. In my opinion it is a very entertaining part of going to school, and there are friends you will probably need and remember when you are working.   In college you will find several kinds of people, different cultures and a lot of new activities to do. Consequently, all these new experiences will aid you in the future to be more self-confident and to have contacts.
  As a conclusion, a person could decide to attend because they want to be hired for a good job and to live with comfort in the future, but also because on the way to achieving his or her objectives there are attractive new experiences, new friends and interesting contacts.

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