Bachelor’s Degree — Is It Worth The Fuss?

Bachelor’s Degree --- Is It Worth The FussA long time ago, college education used to matter a lot. It used to symbolize prestige and a brighter future. But nowadays, with the prevalence of financial problems among college graduates, many are left to question if a bachelor’s degree is really worth all the fuss? Well, it actually depends on a lot of things.

‘Unemployed or underemployed’

Because of the rising problems of student loans, more and more college graduates are postponing having weddings, babies, and houses. Many of these graduates end up unemployed or underemployed.

At present, there are a lot of worthless or unchallenging degrees that crop up in universities where many students sadly flock to. One such is the course on Lady Gaga (Yes, it exists). Moreover, college students are overly exposed to too much drinking, illegal drugs, and casual sex. These things make college sound quite unappealing right now, in terms of the quality of education. So, those who only want to go to college with a life-is-one-big-party motto should not even try. And if you feel that you are just entering a university because everyone else is, it would be better for you to not go to college, lest you do not finish your full course.


‘Wise decision’

Some courses lead to more lucrative jobs than others. If you’re just borrowing money for tuition, you have to make sure that your course will lead you to a job that will give you a good pay, to make your loan worth it.

Some companies favor one university over another. If you want to get an edge over the others, you’ll have to invest more to get into a really good universtity. However, you still have to make sure that you are taking the right course and you know how much it’s going to cost you.

When it comes to financial stability, a college degree is not an assurance that you will get it. Yes, it can help you, but if you think that it will only bury you in so much debt and stress, then maybe it’s not for you. There are other good-paying jobs that do not need a college degree. Still, that degree can be an important tool for your future career, if you are committed and capable of finishing your course.

Indeed, a bachelor’s degree is not for everybody. When it comes to college, making a wise decision matters a lot.

Do you think you need a bachelor’s degree to get a good job? Feel free to comment on this topic!

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Ex-Navy Sniper Shot Dead At Texas Shooting Range

Ex-Navy Sniper Shot Dead At Texas Shooting RangeEddie Ray Routh of Lancaster was arraigned early Sunday on two counts of capital murder in the deaths of Chris Kyle, 38, a former U.S. Navy SEAL credited with the largest number of confirmed kills, and Chad Littlefield, 35, at the shooting range about 50 miles southwest of Fort Worth, North Texas.

‘Some type of mental illness’

Capt. Jason Upshaw with the Erath County Sheriff’s Office said Routh used a semi-automatic handgun, which authorities later found at his home. Upshaw said ballistics tests weren’t complete Sunday, but authorities believe the gun was used in the shootings. Upshaw declined to give any more details about the gun. Routh has not made any comments indicating what his motive may have been, Upshaw said.

Sheriff Tommy Bryant said Routh was unemployed and “may have been suffering from some type of mental illness from being in the military himself,” but he didn’t know if Routh was on any medication.


‘Decorated veteran’

The U.S. military confirmed Sunday that Routh was a corporal in the Marines, serving in active duty from 2006 to 2010. He was deployed to Iraq in 2007 and Haiti in 2010. Kyle, a decorated veteran, wrote the best-selling book, “American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History,” detailing his 150-plus kills of insurgents from 1999 to 2009. Kyle said in his book that Iraqi insurgents had put a bounty on his head.

Bryant said the trio went to the shooting range around 3:15 p.m. Saturday. A hunting guide came across the bodies of Kyle and Littlefield around 5 p.m. and called 911. Upshaw said autopsies were still pending and he could not say how many times the men were shot or where on their bodies they were hit.

What do you think was the motive in the fatal shooting of Chris Kyle and Chad Littlefield? Feel free to speculate with us and type in your thoughts in the comment box below!

Source: Fox News

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