My siblings and I are very lucky that my parents were able to send the six of us in school. Though not all of us graduated with a degree in college, it is not because of financial difficulties but it was my two brothers’ choices to work abroad rather than finish their education.The cost of education has continued to rise in the past years. Each year tuition fees increase by 5% to 10% making it hard for the students from the low income generating families to finish a degree in college. That is why many students are forced to work at an early age to support themselves. I haven’t experienced to be a working student but I had classmates way back who are working students and were having “school work dilemma”. Balancing work and studies must be very hard.
The good news is, there are numerous alternative ways to pay for school, particularly with the increased amount of easy scholarshipsavailable. Although most scholarships are covering only for the tuition fees and miscellaneous, there are also scholarships that are covering all the major costs of education, from tuition fees to books and boarding allowances. These alternative easy scholarships are out there, you just have to do some looking to find them.
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