You can fund a four-year college degree by either of the following:
1. Loans Loans can be acquired through federal aid or private means. They must be paid back with interest when the student has graduated. They are guaranteed by the federal government.
2. Scholarships Scholarships depends on criterias from who will sponsor it. These criterias may include financial need, merits, field of study, etc. There are those who can help students look for a scholarship that fit them like counselors, the government or its agency, community organizations, etc.
3. Work-study programs They operate with the financial aid office of the school. However, they require the student's determination and financial needs.
I would apply for several scholarships and grants so that I could avoid getting too many loans. Working a part-time job in a work-study program will help me save some money toward my expenses. I could also take out a limited number of loans to responsibly cover the rest of my expenses.
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Under the employment-at-will doctrine, employers can dismiss an employee for any reason as long as the reason is not illegal (for example, firing someone because of his race or sex, which would be illegal discrimination), and employees can leave the job at anytime at will. Under this doctrine, if you do not want to keep working, you just stop going to your job.
The benefit of this doctrine is that it gives more labor flexibility and avoids the existence of lawsuits. The con of this doctrine is that it reduces labor protections.