Rocklage – Listen

Pathos:

I can see that the way his method of planting some awareness on how technology influences the way our minds behave is astounding. Who am I speaking of? I refer to Scott Rocklage, an expert in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals. While reading the article, I can see how I’m getting worrisome and becoming aware of some unbalancing ways to improve technology.

On Education – Listen to Rocklage

Rocklage – I can identify myself well with your topic. There are some many factors linked to this decision, making the topic controversial. There is a mythos that says: “If you don’t go to college now, then you will never do it”.

Actually, it could be true that some students who don’t go to college immediately after high school then find it difficult to go to college. That’s not the rule, in my opinion. Read more: Scott Racklage | Crunchbase

Some other students take a gap year after high school, often conveying with them some good life experience and skills of what they learned in their work or in that disruption of time. Certainly, everyone is different, and it all depends; sometimes, students can be forced to either go to college or take time off from education.

So, many answers can arrive: Financial situation? Health issues? Family matters? Are they working just to save money for college? Are they burned out? Learn more about Scott Rocklage:  http://www.rennovia.com/team/scott-m-rocklage/ and http://5amventures.com/team/scott-m-rocklage-phd/

Or, some students just realize that they are not mature enough to confront that new world. Society is demanding more and more financially, forcing some students to take those long breaks.

The sad part is to see how some portion of students, after having some financial freedom, won’t seek high levels of education anymore. I can see that it could be hard to come back to school, especially if you’re not committed to going to college afterward.

Can college be the wiser choice to equip you as a new professional? It will be interesting to see how many studies or evaluations have been done about the benefits of attending college after high school? Rocklage – I agree with your desire to seek clarification

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