tempted to ~ ~する気にさせられる
Once your major is selected, you may be tempted to focus all of your energy on classes within your area of interest.
But taking a step (take a step: 一歩進む) outside of (outside of: の外側へ、を除いて) that comfort zone is a good idea.
You may think that you hate everything that is outside of your area of expertise.
Working on something outside your area of expertise might be challenging.
Study outside their home country
The international students
Big cities tend to be unfriendly and pricey.
A focus on research sometimes comes at the expense of teaching.
Creating a feeling of community
The high proportion of foreign students may contribute to the problem.
Half of undergraduates and nearly three-quarters of the whole student body are from overseas.
Being a foreign student can be tough, especially for those who cannot afford to return home during the holidays.
The positives outweigh the negatives.
He has not enjoyed his time at university, and he says he does not regret his decision to study in London
The job prospects outweigh three years of miserly.
Students should pursue their creative passions, lucrative or not
Low incomes should not discourage students from pursuing degrees in creative fields.
Choosing a major is probably one of the toughest decisions made in one’s college career. Many students are pressured to study subjects that are lucrative but lackluster. Those who are considering a creative arts major may especially struggle with this.
Many creative majors have been labeled worthless because of their presumably low incomes and the competitive job markets they entail.
However, choosing something you are passionate about may be equally as valuable as these money-making majors, as long as the student understands and accepts the prospects of their chosen major.
Money should not be the only determining factor when choosing what degree to pursue. While debt and income are important factors, students also need to consider quality of life, and genuine interest in the industry.
‘If you do not love what you are learning, then any amount of money or time spent on it is time you could argue would be better spent doing something you love to do ’ Jeff Tellin.
Many students are pressured to choose something they do not want, only to later find themselves bored, failing or major-hopping. Disinterest leads to complacency, costing students valuable time, money and grades. Picking major according to passion and interest will likely motivate students to work harder.
The stereotype that creative majors probably won’t find stable, well-paying jobs is not going to be true for everyone. Success is largely determined by experience, and how people market themselves.
How to utilize their creative degrees and make the most of them in the job market. By putting in the necessary hard work and being committed to going above and beyond, success in this field is certainly possible. This is especially seen in music, an area of study that is often criticized for job instability.
Put in an effort to 努力して～する
Put in effort on に努力を費やす
Have a better chance at getting a regular paying job,
Have a chance at success 成功の見込みがある
Offer a chance at success 成功のチャンスを提供する
For a chance at life 生きる望みを求めて
The arts are important to the world, It is important that we keep our culture, and that we continue our culture, and that we continue developing our culture.
Should invest in opportunities for creative majors. Students should have the opportunity to pursue their passions, whether that guarantees them a high paying job or not.
pursue one’s greatest passion 一番好きな道に進む
pursue one’s passion for ~ ~への情熱を追い求める
Poverty makes educating children much harder. Children who turn up tired and hungry struggle to pay attention.
Add more teachers to reduce class sizes.
Sit in woeful.
Attending school for longer is associated with earning more in later life.
Move to cities.
Young people are in fact learning something useful at school that is not being picked up by researchers.
Attending school, even a bad one, also bring benefits related to health and fertility.
Girls who attend school are likely to delay getting married and having children.
could have been used to develop more practical and much needed talents. We need to shift toward more practical educational methodologies.
But even though progress has been made,
The share of black adults who hold a bachelor’s degree is roughly two-thirds that of white ones.
Overall graduation rates can obscure how the educational system underserves certain groups.