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In todays society there is much need for education If you want to succeed in the future chances are you need to have a good education It is said that in order to get a high class job one where you get paid good money and one that you will be able to live on for the rest of your life you need a high education such as University or College Countries throughout the world use different methods of giving education paying for it and even which gender gets it Throughout North America there is a widely accepted educational system That is that it is not forced upon the students students are allowed to choose their own topics of study This cannot be said for some other countries throughout the world Some countries such as China and Japan have very high standards for their students The government governs their educational system All courses are taught with the viewpoints of the government Also these countries imply a great deal of pressure on their students to achieve very high grades This pressure can be too much for some students causing suicide in some places In other places there is not the great amount of pressure that China and Japan lay on the shoulders of their students but there is the pressure to do better than everyone else to compete for the top spot This is true in the countries of Europe such as Germany and its surrounding countries Top students in these countries will be allowed to continue their education further Like North America some students choose not to continue onto University but to rather become a tradesperson This is a well-respected position in these countries unlike in North America where becoming a tradesperson is seen as being low Unlike the educational systems of Canada and the United States the European countries education is free Paid for by the government the students are
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