Causes Of College Dropout Rates

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College Drop Out Rates A major subject that has been brought up by students, parents, reporters etc. is the phenomenon of high student dropout rates in U.S. colleges. Many students over the last few years have changed their majors, and eventually dropped their education in college and went out to find jobs, but we have to consider the causes that led them to do something like that. On the other hand, there are people who that think that this phenomenon is not as a great deal as people make it and that the dropout rates in U.S. colleges is not that high. In order to get a better understanding of this subject, I have found three sources that can prove that the phenomenon of high student dropout rates in U.S. colleges is a true issue and the causes, which are three main things: anxiety, student debts and financial success. First things that we have to check why students dropout rates has increased over the last years so much is due to the cause of anxiety. The main problem that arise from anxiety is that it will follow people for the rest of their lives and have a great effect on what they want to do in their lives, the only way to solve this problem is by visiting a doctor, and potentially for a prolonged period of time. According to Ronald A. et al. , their research show that students have a monthly income from their jobs of $595.52 and that their student loans could reach up to $16,456.56 and scoring a mean anxiety score of 19.34 (3). We can clearly see that the student
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