The Difficulties Faced by Modern Day High School Drop Outs Essay

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In the generation of our parents it was an easy task to find a job. A person could work as a janitor, a cleaner in houses, in a restaurant or even in the farms. No one would ask if they finished or graduated high school. Before it wasn’t a big issue, but now if someone wants to work at a fast food place like McDonalds, Burger King or Wendy’s taking orders or flipping patties or just mopping floors. The first that the manager will ask is if they are currently in school or if they graduated from high school. People shouldn’t drop out of high school because it affects them from having a better future. If they have kids at an early age, it makes it harder for them to get a job, and it affects their community in financial costs. By dropping…show more content…
That’s why there should be something done to help these students decide not to drop out. If a student drops out of high school depending in what grade they are in, it will be hard for them to get a job. Now a day, managers hire people who are committed to doing their job. They hire people who have a good education and if the person has finished high school or are still getting a good education. They aren’t going to hire people that will have issues with their job or are late every time because they have personal problems. When a person gets a job, they have to be committed to be on time, to obey every rule, and to be a good example. Students have to realize that after graduating life will get harder and it will be a cruel world if they aren’t ready. That’s why they have to finish school and have a planned future where they can go to college and get a good career. They can win more than $100,000 for their career instead of winning less than $10,000. In a statistics, 39% of African Americans are to get a job, 43% of Asians, 46% of whites and 53% of Hispanics. That tells that African Americans are to least likely to get a job, not like Hispanics, Asians, or Americans . Life isn’t easy after graduating. Nothing is given to you on a silver platter. After graduating, students will experience what their parents experienced when they had to go look for a job, and how much a person sacrifices to get what they want.
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