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Essay on turning in work on time

I graduated with my MA in Professional Writing. My husband and I moved across the country from Georgia to California.

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And the economy fell off a cliff. Graduate school gave me tangible skills with classes in document design and editing.

  • We should really stop herding people into college;
  • People who buy papers come from every walk of life;
  • I wasn't worried because I have had a job since I was 15;
  • These institutions have much lower graduation rates than the national average and students from for-profit colleges are much more likely to default on their student loans.

I had a great experience and you should all shake your heads sadly and learn from my choices. I wasn't worried because I have had a job since I was 15. After a few weeks I realized just how competitive the job market actually is in Los Angeles. Restaurants asked for headshots with my application. I was suddenly unqualified and overqualified for everything. Aside from being underemployed, I quickly learned that LA is a super expensive city. My part-time job and unpaid internship kept me firmly at home watching television and eating Ramen noodles every night while interest added up on my student loans.

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My husband suggested that maybe I could make some money offering college students help with their college essays. After 19 years of school, I was definitely qualified to help someone with their homework. I put together a Craigslist ad detailing my credentials and the responses started rolling in.

Here are a few things I learned along the way: People who buy papers come from every walk of life. Sure, there are plenty of those, and those are the ones who were the most demanding and difficult to work with. Twenty pages by tomorrow?

  1. Do I feel guilty? I wasn't worried because I have had a job since I was 15.
  2. You got a pulse and qualify for student loans?
  3. Sure, there are plenty of those, and those are the ones who were the most demanding and difficult to work with.
  4. I was suddenly unqualified and overqualified for everything. You got a pulse and qualify for student loans?
  5. Do I feel guilty?

These students often expressed a lot of guilt, and I have a lot of sympathy for the pressure they were under. Finally, there were those who were simply overwhelmed and unable to do college level work. I loved school, and I even had fun doing a lot of the assignments. Who has two thumbs and had a great time researching a paper about the religious symbolism in the movie Groundhog Day?

But I also cared too much. I got the same worried knot in the pit of my stomach every time an assignment was due, and I stressed over the work as if I were the one getting the grade.

In the beginning, I would tell students that it would be a good idea to take the paper I wrote and put it in their own words. You really are only cheating yourself. Do I feel guilty? People who avoid work in college will find other ways to half-ass their way through life and it will either catch up with them, or they will have to spend the rest of their lives trying to find people to do their work.

We should really stop herding people into college. You got a pulse and qualify for student loans? These institutions have much lower graduation rates than the national average and students from for-profit colleges are much more likely to default on their student loans.