Most high school students are generally eager to graduate from school, not because they have other plans ahead or want to celebrate their accomplishments but because they want to be free. After graduation, you won’t have to take assignments, wake up early, worry about exams, etc. Most students naturally tend to develop a very negative attitude towards school life. But is this still the same case with higher education?
There are those people who normally hold on to their dreams for years. For such people, they are somewhat sure of the career they want to get into in their adulthood. For this group of people, higher education acts as a way of familiarizing themselves with the basic skills and knowledge that would be required in that field. In fact, this is one of the core reasons as to why many people pursue higher education. Unfortunately, there is still this group of people who still get into higher education when they are still unsure about what career they would want to pursue in life. In most cases, these are people who usually are being pushed by their parents or relatives to pursue a particular course in college, but they don’t have an interest in it.