“For college seniors, the prospect of graduating and entering the professional world is increasingly becoming a reality. After four years of college, students have to make the decision of whether or not they want to enter the workforce or further their career prospects by attending graduate school. In terms of finding a job, they have to decide whether or not they want to pursue a job in the field they got their degree in, or do something completely different. A lot of these decisions are based on weighing the potential monetary compensation of each profession, but it also depends on lifestyle, work activities and work hours.”
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Note: This assignment was completed for my Family and Consumer Sciences 302: Family and Consumer Personal Finance class.