The next generation of college students will face new challenges to get an education.
The most challenging is the language barrier.
In order to become an educated adult, students will have to overcome language barriers.
The college-going generation is making up for lost time.
But this generation of students also has the potential to make a dent in the economy and the world, says Elizabeth Cohen, director of the Center for the Study of Education at Harvard University.
Students graduating in 2019 will have a better shot at earning college credit and securing a good job, but the college-granting system is not designed to handle the demand for higher education, she said.
“We don’t want to be the college grad that’s on the way out the door,” Cohen said.
“We are looking to help our students get into the jobs of the future, to help them to learn more about their careers, and to get a good start in life,” she added.
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While a college degree can give students a foothold in the workforce, it is not necessarily the best tool for every job.
For example, some employers will not offer the most rewarding work experience because they have other career options, such as an associate’s degree, a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree.
But if the student is a first-time college student, the college degree has the greatest impact on the job prospects, according to Cohen.
College graduates also need to have a high level of English proficiency, and the average English degree earned by a college graduate in 2019 was just a third of that of a first grader who did not complete a college education.
A college degree is important to many.
But the more students get to the graduate school level, the less important it becomes to them.
“We need to teach them English, to teach their language skills, to be able to communicate effectively, and then have them be able and able to compete in a job market that is going to be competitive for them,” Cohen told Fox News.
According to the Department of Education, about 40 percent of college-educated Americans are unemployed.
The number of college graduates who are working full-time is declining.
About 1.5 million students are now enrolled in college, according the Department, down from 2.2 million in 2016.