Prestigious work than their classmates who slack off.

Yes, working hard in high school can pay off later – Students who are accountable and also have solid reading and composing skills could be more likely to achieve college and continue to snag a high-paying, prestigious work than their classmates who slack off, a fresh study confirms . Fifty years following senior high school, students who have been more industrious and involved and better at reading and writing finished up obtaining the most education and the very best and highest-paid jobs, the scholarly study found.