Which is Best - GED or Diploma?
By Kris Koonar
Trying to decide whether getting your GED or your high school diploma is best for you is a personal decision that each individual must consider at some point in time. It is important to know what some of the advantages are in both situations.
If you are considering your GED, you have a number of advantages. First, you simply have to take a seven-hour test to get your GED. You have to complete four years of high school to get your diploma. You do not have to complete tedious homework assignments to get your diploma, and most employers and post secondary institutions, including trade schools, will accept a GED as well as they will accept a diploma.
If you are considering a high school diploma, you also have a number of advantages. First, you can get the training you need in high school to not only get your diploma, but also to start a high paying job right after graduation. Most high schools offer excellent vocational education programs that can let you start a career in nursing, cosmetology, welding, or any number of other possible programs as soon as you have obtained your diploma. Moreover, if you ever want to enroll in further post-secondary education opportunities, any college in the country will take a high school diploma much easier than they will take a GED. Employers look at a high school diploma on much better terms than they look at a GED. Employers know the commitment it takes to get through high school. They know how rough it can be at times. As a result, they consider you to be a better candidate for the job than they do someone with a GED. They know that you have what it takes to handle the tough situations that may come up in your career.
If you are trying to decide between a high school diploma and a GED, try the diploma. You'll get better results every time.
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About The Author
Kris Koonar is President of Crack Marketing (www.crackmarketing.com) leading a team of Internet Marketing Consultants with over 5 years of experience and 100's of projects. He is also writer of an Internet Marketing Course called "The Website MBA" (www.websitemba.com). Kris can be contacted at 1.877.270.7170 or firstname.lastname@example.org.