College dropouts suffer above-average unemployment rates. As of June 2012, applicants with some college experience emerged as a majority of unemployed job seekers for the first time, at 52 percent, according to "The Wall Street Journal." The aftermath of the 2008 U. economic slowdown left college dropouts little better off than people who didn't finish high school.
Not everyone drop out because they lack the determination to finish, instead they run into other obstacle while equipped with the motivation.
Those of which are trying to regulate the balance of work and school, unexpected family problems, and financial problems.
Being unable to balance a student’s work and school may cause that student to drop out of college.
Another reason students drop out of college is because of unexpected...
More Americans are attending college than ever before, yet few actually complete the experience.
Dropping out leaves students with large debt loads and lack of a career boost that would pay them off faster.
As a result, many returning students end up quitting yet again.
Ralph Heibutzki's articles have appeared in the "All Music Guide," "Goldmine," "Guitar Player" and "Vintage Guitar." He is also the author of "Unfinished Business: The Life & Times Of Danny Gatton," and holds a journalism degree from Michigan State University.
If that student had class later that day, they would not be able to focus on the subject that is being taught in that session.
Sometime during working people don’t finish work on time and will finish late, this will also impact the students.