There is a direct correlation between the level of education you achieve and your likelihood of finding a job.Slogging your way through your schoolwork is not always fun and if you're racking up mountains of student debt,you might find yourself wondering whether the work is worth it.But education plays a key role in both finding and keeping a job and can open doors to higher paying,more stimulating and rewarding careers.

Many jobs have minimum educational requirements and without meeting these requirements, you won't get an interview.


Education isn't just a piece of paper.Time spent in high school,college or graduate school helps you master both basic and advanced skills.

The longer you spend in academy,the better your writing, reading, comprehension and communication skills will become.Writing, research and classes can also improve your computer skills,which are key in a competitive job market.