About 20 years ago, a person could get an education when he or she was willing to. Unfortunately, as the years went by, the suggestion of "Education is the key to success" earned more, and more necessary. Humanity eventually began to understand that education was the solitary way to prosper, and the only element required for success. Despite the fact, many Americans speculate a college degree will govern them to be successful, in reality, education is not the lonely way to succeed. Not everyone can earn an education or an excellent education from a "decent academic" college/university. "There are many students who have no desire to attend college and who would be much better off.
Education recently has nothing to do with the success of those species that chose to take another route rather than the particular one (education). People can be successful in any field with the right techniques. Book learning has a lot to do with the understanding a person has, but not with the abilities a person has. There are many A+ graduates out there that cannot get a job or are stuck working at a place that had nothing to do with their degree. A numerous amount of students in college care more about grades than knowledge; some graduate having forgotten everything they ever learned. So there goes a college graduate with little knowledge and no skills. Can a person like that succeed? No. That's why education is not the key to success. People cannot just go to college and expect that passing classes will get them to succeed. The main thing a person needs to succeed is drive, courage and devotion. He/she has to realize what their end goal is and what they desire to do to get it. "Commit to the achievement of the elusive goal in your life" (Arcement, 101). The person has to go about learning what skills will take her or him to be successful. One of the main skills a person should have is persistence. A person must always keep going after his or her goal even if it takes
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