25 Reasons You Should Stay In School

Posted by , Updated on June 4, 2018

It can be hard to come up with reasons to stay in school. Whether it’s because you hate your school, your teacher, or your peers, quitting can seem like an attractive option. Make no mistake, it’s a bad one. The lifelong benefits of staying in school will make the struggle worth it. While not everyone is cut out for the Ivy League, or even college for that matter, education is still important. Not only does it help you get a job, not be a bum, and contribute to society, it’ll help you potentially live a long and healthy life. So keep this list on hand whenever you feel like giving up; it’ll remind you of at least 25 Reasons You Should Stay In School.


Beating the odds and not become a statistic will definitely give you a boost in confidence and help you earn a better life.

confidenceSource: http://www.collegebound.net/content/article/25-reasons-to-finish-high-school/19870/

It's much easier exploiting the illiterate and the uneducated. Having an education will keep you from being fooled and cheated.

thiefSource: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/top-10-reasons-why-education-extremely-important-mohamed-reda/

Education also saves lives. A new study showed that if everyone in the United States graduated high school, 145,000 deaths per year could be averted.

readingSource: https://www.livescience.com/51487-education-level-death-rates.html

Graduating from high school will determine how you live for the rest of your life. If you stick it out and graduate, you'll have much better self-esteem and a potential for a better life.

hikingSource: https://www.gocollegeny.org/staying-in-school

By staying in school, you'll continue to develop and hone your skill sets and prove to employers that you have the will and principles to see a job completed.

skillsSource: http://education.seattlepi.com/benefits-not-quitting-school-1332.html

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