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Is a college degree worth less in the job market?

Matthew Arvin


Amanda Maas, a recent graduate of Michigan State University, is currently in the job hunt and is worried that she will not get the job she wants. Even with a college degree, Maas said that jobs seem to be impossible to find.

“A degree has changed from something that was a good indication of someone who went above and beyond to something that is expected in society,“ Maas said.

Michael Lindemulder, a Waterford Mott High School teacher said students that struggled in high school could also possibly consider different options after graduation. Students, who don’t have a desire to further their education, shouldn’t go to college.

“If high school students don’t really have a desire to go to college than they shouldn’t waste their time because college is what you make of it,” Lindemulder said.  “If they don’t have the desire to succeed, they’re just going to end up losing money…

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