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Life without high school Diploma.

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Introduction

Shahid N Momin                                                

ENG 0300        

October-06-2003

Professor Cindy Renfro                                        

Life without high school Diploma

There are many negative effects, of dropping out of high school. My friend Mo dropped out of high school in his sophomore year. He was tired of listening to his teacher telling him what to do. He was exhausted because he had to wake up early for school. Mo dropped out of high school, and thought about getting a job as an administrative assistant.

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        Mo thought about moving to an apartment near the Galleria. The apartment manager told him that he needed to make three times the money he is making right now, for them to consider him moving there. He could not afford to move. Although, Mo had two jobs he was still living in an area where the crime rate was really high. While living their Mo had to face many other problems. His carpet

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Conclusion

        High school education is imperative. Mo thought that he would start making money at an early age and work as an administrative assistant. He didn’t realize that not having a high school diploma would put him in a situation where he didn’t want to be. High school education is the most important component that we can have in our life. It can bring you advancement, family and financial stability, a career, and of course, knowledge. Students who drop out of high school earn minimum wage and struggle to provide them and their families with a better life.

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