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Thesis-statement: College education is useless because it is limited to academic aspects depicting that it must also focus on profession skills development.
College education should not be limited to academic aspects.
College education should be viewed as an opportunity to better career prospects for students.
Students may struggle in launching careers due to lack of professional skills and unfamiliarity with the recruitment process.
Colleges don’t provide experience of workshops or internships that makes it less useful.
20% of positions (excluding health care positions) also expect a certificate or a license for a particular technical skill” CITATION Jef16 \l 1033 (Selingo, 2016).
Colleges give little or no attention on developing technical skills that could provide competitive edge to students in careers.
Students are also lacking in communication skills that can have negative impacts on their careers.
Most of the students have no prior knowledge on interview process.
Colleges need to identify ways of giving career coaching to the students.
Workshops can be used for giving interview experience to the students.
80% had at least one internship, 64% were sure of their major when they began, and 43% had less than $10,000 in student loan debt CITATION Jef16 \l 1033 (Selingo, 2016).
Majority students have taken only one internship for a short period.
Post-draft outline contain strong thesis statement for developing entire piece of writing.
The outline contain more than two main points that connect to controlling ideas.
The outline used scholarly sources for supporting claims.
It followed chronological order and MLA format.
In post-draft outline I discovered new aspects of the topic that I would consider in my draft. I included facts to support the claims of college uselessness. The post-draft outline include new facts such as the number of internships taken by students. I made few changes in the outline.
BIBLIOGRAPHY Weber, D. (2014). Is the return to education the same for everybody? IZA World of Labor .
Selingo, J. J. (2016). Two-Thirds of College Grads Struggle to Launch Their Careers . Harvard Business Review .
Weber, Douglas. "Is the return to education the same for everybody?" IZA World of Labor (2014).
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