Baris gigimu terlihat penuh demi terbahak di dalam lingkaran api.
Aku suka melihat wajah menunggu kita, sampai percik perciknya menyala.
Satu tersulut, yg lain berebut.
Berlarian sana sini sambil membagi terang pada yg belum bercahaya. Dibalik manusia-berkembang yang berbeda,…
Even if you just walked across the stage, shook the dean’s hand, picked up your diploma, and your undergrad degree is already framed and stationed up on your bedroom wall, you should seriously contemplate staying in college. Graduate school is calling your name: listen to it. Here are five reasons you should go to grad school even though you can’t even fathom the thought of taking another final exam.
1. The Economy Sucks
The job market is slim pickins out there. Undergraduate degrees mean nothing anymore. Seriously, I hate to break it to you, but it’s about as useless as having a high school diploma. When you go to a job interview (if you’re lucky enough to land one nowadays), you can brag all you want about your degree. Your employer will give you a look that says, “…and?” Because now, everyone has a bachelor’s degree. Everyone. You are no longer set apart from the rest of the pack by going to college. You are part of the majority. And the majority doesn’t get good jobs. The small amount of people who go to grad school are the ones who get jobs. Do you want a job? Go to grad school.
2. It’s So Easy
If you wait too long, you won’t have the motivation to go back to school. You think you are lazy now? Wait until you turn 40 and you decide you want to go back to school. It just won’t happen. Do it while you’re young and you still know how the education system works. Think about it: you know how to study, you know how to pull all-nighters, you know how to write a decent paper, and you know how to schmooze your teachers. Take advantage of the fact that you just went to college.