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What would you say to someone who thinks education doesn't matter, or that college is a waste of time and money?
Obtaining a college degree isn’t just about making more money. [ According to Katharine Hansen at Quintessential Careers, a college education is associated with other benefits, such as: Longer life-spans Greater economic stability and security More prestigious employment and greater job satisfaction Less dependency on government assistance Greater participation in leisure
and artistic activities Greater community service and leadership More self-confidence ]
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