Most graduates reap some serious benefits from earning their degree through education. College graduates exhibit a higher occurance of desirable personality traits. In a report published by Carnegie Foundation, researchers saw that postsecondary students were “more open-minded and frank, more cultured, more rational, more consistent, and less authoritarian.” What’s more, your children inherit these personality traits. They also found that attending college will “decrease prejudice, enhance knowledge of world affairs and skills, and enhance social status which is very important in day-to-day survival.”
More highly educated people had been reported of less serious illness. According to the study “Disease and Disadvantage in the United States and in England,” published by the American Medical Association, people with high levels of education reported lower rates of diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, stroke, and lung disease. Graduating from college makes you think positively in grave situations. A study by Cohn and Geske found that “college graduates appear to have a more-optimistic and positive view of their past and future personal progress.” It is no big surprise that there is a high correlation between higher education and good cultural and family values. Educated people have known very well to keep family bonds and have a good nature towards all. You are not the only person who gains the benefits of a college degree. The Institute for Higher Education Policy finds that the public will benefit from increased tax revenues and greater consumption. College graduates are less reliant on financial support from the government as they have a will power of standing on thier own legs. And the workforce will benefit from college graduates’ greater productivity and flexibility.