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    It is necessary according to society, but whether or not it is necessary for you, I guess it depends on what you want to do. Certainly if you are ambitious and want to get those high paying jobs, then a college degree is usually necessary for the MOST cases, but there are always exceptions. In order to be able to compete for good paying jobs, you need something to set yourself apart from the rest of the competition, otherwise you won't get the job. And the two main things people look at is education and experience, so ideally it is good to have both.

    No. Many people have their own businesses without a college education. Being in sales does not require a degree and how does having a college education help you find the love of your life?

    Most people would say "yes". The world of today sees a lot of high school grads getting high paying job without going to college, Why? They are self taught. I say tha education system of college can only teach you so much. Your level of eductaion is up to you. It is either a yes or no, question. The person who is looking for an answer is the only one that can choose.

    It depends on what you want to do. Many jobs do not require an advanced degree. However, if you want to influences others, help communities change, or be successful in business, (to name just a few) there are many important things you can learn in college. It also depends on what you want to know. If a person feels they already know everything they need to know then college is probably a waste of time.

    8s necessary for us inorder to find good job.

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