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www.gocollegeny.org/staying-in-school

Good reasons to stay in high school. High school dropouts are more likely to be unemployed than high school graduates. The unemployment rate for high school graduates is 10% compared to 14.3% for high school dropouts. High school graduates make an average of $8,000 a year more than high school dropouts.

dropoutprevention.org/resources/familystudent-resources/reasons-to-stay-in-school

New York State Department of Labor. Did you know? Downloaded from: http:// www.labor.state.ny.us/working_ny/finding_a_job/youth/ why.htm. Shields, Tom ( 2001, April 14). Why stay in school? A view from the other side of graduation. Erin Advocate, 123(15). http://www.erinhoops.ca/HoopsPrograms/StayInSchool.htm.

ndpc.sites.clemson.edu/family-student-resources/top-5-reasons-stay-school

Top 5 Reasons to Stay in School. High school dropouts are four times as likely to be unemployed as those who have completed four or more years of college;; Graduating from high school will determine how well you live for the next 50 years of your life. High school graduates earn $143 more per week than high school ...

www.rasmussen.edu/student-life/blogs/college-life/7-reasons-to-stay-in-school

Dec 10, 2014 ... The best way to earn your degree and transition into a career as efficiently as possible is to stay enrolled year-round. Check out some of the other benefits that come with this decision.

knowhow2gowisconsin.org/juniors/why-college/stay-in-school

Over a lifetime, a high school dropout working full-time will earn $300,000 less than a high school graduate, and more than $1 million less than a college graduate. It's easy to see that if you want to do well graduating is what you've got to do first. Here are a few more good reasons why you should stay in school: ...

issues.org/29-2/derek

Individuals earn higher wages if they work in regions with fewer dropouts, irrespective of their own level of educational attainment. Crime rates are lower, and civic participation is higher. For these reasons, the high-school dropout rate is sometimes used as a quality measure of schools and an appraisal of the skill level of ...

list25.com/25-reasons-you-should-stay-in-school

Apr 21, 2014 ... Education is important, especially if you don't want to end up on this list of 25 reasons you should stay in school.

www.childmag.co.za/content/10-reasons-stay-home-school

There are often very good reasons to keep your child home from school. A bit of dandruff is not a legitimate reason (there are shampoos that should fix the problem). But if the reason for her violently itchy scalp is a colony of lice, the verdict is unanimous – keep her home until the little critters have been eradicated .

education.seattlepi.com/benefits-not-quitting-school-1332.html

Staying in school allows you to hone and perfect basic skills. Being able to complete your education not only shows your comprehension of communication, math and problem-solving skills, but also shows potential employers that you are capable of sticking with a job until it is done. As the job market continues to shift from ...