4 Reasons Why Education Can Change People’s Lives

In this day and age, education becomes more and more important than ever, especially in “The Fourth Industrial Revolution.” One of the facts that we can observe is that there are a larger number of people who study at universities or colleges for Bachelors degrees and Master degrees than there were in the past. The reason for this phenomenon is that society now requires people to have a high education level to get a good job and have a stable life.

This post will give you 4 reasons why education is extremely significant and can change our life.

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More Job Opportunities

Firstly, it is extremely hard to get a stable job during difficult economic times. For a vacant post, you may have to compete with hundreds of other candidates. Furthermore, the lower one’s educational level, the more individuals apply for the same low-paying entry-level job. You will, however, enhance your chances of obtaining a satisfying career if you have the appropriate qualifications and educational background.

If the applicants want to find a strategy to stand out among a crowd of candidates, they have to learn, educate themselves, graduate, and obtain as many credentials, skills, information, and experience as they can. For example, the position of Human Resources Management in a big company will never be for someone who has not graduated from University.

It is undeniable that there are still several people who do not have a high level of education but they can still start up their own company and become successful. However, if 10,000 people do that, there will be only 1 person who succeeds and this person had to be extremely intelligent and excellent. Education ensures people have a job and even though they are not top-level managers, they can still have a salary and earn money to make a living.

More Equal Opportunities

Education has always been extremely important in society, regardless of caste, colour, gender, or religion. Based on their knowledge and skills, educated individuals are considered equals. Furthermore, educated individuals are open-minded and capable of listening to and accepting the viewpoints of others, regardless of how different they are. Education provides the opportunity to live freely and therefore be liberated. It is our haven from financial storms and bad decisions.

It must begin with education if the entire world is to truly become equal. There would be fewer differences between socioeconomic classes if everyone had equal access to education. Everyone, not just those who are already wealthy, would have an equal chance at higher-paying jobs.

Higher standard living

Education, in addition to providing stability, gives financial security, which is very important in today’s culture. A strong education will usually lead to a higher-paying career as well as the necessary abilities to get there.

People should educate themselves and acquire a well-paid job to be successful and pleased. It aids in the development of a better reputation and enhances the likelihood of advancing up the professional ladder quicker. As a result, it offers financial means for stable lifestyles – individuals can afford to buy their own home or apartment and car, therefore ensuring the happiness and prosperity of their children. Additionally, being able to own their own house gives security and boosts self-esteem.

Once students graduate, they may begin looking for employment that will allow them to put what they’ve learned into practice while also providing enough money to meet their basic requirements.

Protect people

Education has the potential to prevent whole generations of at-risk communities from poverty cycles. Children who have an education are less likely to be exploited into child labour. For exploitation, traffickers and employers of bonded labourers target the ignorant. They take advantage of the widespread illiteracy, innumeracy, and legal ignorance among vulnerable groups.

“There are an estimated 168 million child labourers in the world today, more than half of whom are engaged in the most hazardous forms of labour – those who are trafficked, forced and bonded labour, prostitution, and child soldiering – harmful to their health, safety, and emotional well-being.”

Families, including children, may work in conditions where their rights are routinely abused, oblivious to the fact that their labour has already returned more than the original loan amount owed. Illiterate labourers may be handed a random sheet of numbers after years of work and informed that they owe their employers more money than when they started working and lack basic reading and numeracy abilities.

At Project Sprouts, we realize that we can not solve all the problems of poverty in a situation like this. But we can seek to make a difference in the lives of needy children by giving them school supplies and encouraging them to continue their education; we can give them winter coats, boots, and blankets to help them stay warm during the cold winter months.

Project Sprouts would love to have you be a part of our community and help us to help worthy children in North Vietnam. 

You can find out more about Project Sprouts by clicking here or go to our give now page to donate by clicking here. As we are a grassroots organization, all funds go to help those in need.

Is Education In Vietnam Free?

The main education goal in Vietnam has always been “improving people’s general knowledge, training quality human resources, and nurturing and fostering talent.” To fulfil this objective, excluding financial burdens to make education accessible to more children is compulsory. In other words, the tuition fee should not be a reason for a kid to discontinue his or her education. So, is Education In Vietnam Free?

You can find out more by reading Is Education In Vietnam Free? by clicking here.

11 Facts About Vietnamese Education and Poverty

The world is developing more these days; many countries can provide their citizens with a good opportunity for education. Vietnam is one of the developing countries globally that has made great progress in both the economy and many other fields such as technology and public health. However, there are still various poor areas in Vietnam where residents suffer from poverty and hunger.

You can learn more by reading 11 Facts About Vietnamese Education and Poverty by clicking here.

Huong Nhi Nguyen

I am Huong Nhi, and my favorite things are reading books, listening to some pop music, or just relaxing under the sunlight and enjoying the day. Writing may sound a little bit boring, but when you start it, you cannot escape from the feeling of being addicted to it without stopping. My favorite quote is “In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer” by Albert Camus.

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