GraduateGraduate is the condition achieved by someone who achieves a license. The term is therefore used to describe the person who completed a bachelor’s degree, a title of university character Accessed after completing a four- to six-year degree.

According to theory, the individual who obtains it is entitled to exercise a certain profession, certifying his abilities and suitability for the activity in which he has been trained. For instance: “The team has decided to hire a graduate in Psychology to face the last leg of the tournament “, “My son has a degree in Communication Sciences”, “Excuse me, graduate, but I do not agree with you”, “We need a degree in Business Administration to help us get ahead”.

It should be noted that degrees can be presented as independent academic units or be included within a segmented career. In the latter case, the degree constitutes the second stage, period or cycle, after the diploma and prior to the doctorate or master’s studies.

By extension to this training structure, in everyday language, it is known as a graduate who prides himself on being cultured, expert or knowledgeable: “Very good, graduate! He just taught us the secrets of football in just ten minutes “, “I can’t stand Miguel, he thinks he has a degree in human relations”.

Licensed is also the person who has been declared free or dismissed from an obligation: “The coach was discharged after a new team defeat”, “The soldiers were discharged after two months of conflict”.

“El Licenciado Vidriera”Finally, it is a story written by Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra and originally published in 1613. The text is part of the “Exemplary novels” from Cervantes.

Overvaluing a title

Formerly this title was obtained by attending the Major School and consisted of a specialization obtained with a few more years of study, after high school; It is worth mentioning that at the end of this, a person could already work professionally, but had a lower degree than with that specialization.

As far as abbreviations are concerned, they are: Lic. (to refer to graduates of both sexes), Atty. (to refer to a male graduate) and Lcda. (to refer to a graduate).

Finally, it is worth mentioning that those training cycles known as Higher Studies, such as Diplomas, Engineering and Bachelor’s degrees They are within what is called Higher Education and must be studied in institutions prepared to offer such a program, the Universities.

As a small reflection we will say that since we are little we are educated to be “someone in life”: we are told that we can be if we study hard and become professionals and academic study is given an overvaluation.

GraduateThis results in that, regardless of the inclinations and passions of individuals, almost everyone ends up going to university to study careers that promise a life labor stable, becoming doctors, lawyers, economists, physicists, etc …

But all this has a drawback that is not minor at all, it causes that many people are unhappyBecause when they discover that not even that career and have a stable job gives them the joy of feeling comfortable with themselves, they feel that they have wasted time and that their life is empty. All for allowing certain norms, which are valid for some, to corrupt their freedom and thwart their desire to dedicate themselves to something else that truly completes them.

Obtaining a bachelor’s degree can be ideal if you want to work as a doctor or engineer, but the most important thing is to have a vocation for it; It is necessary to study what we are really passionate about and try to create a future that makes us happy.

Therefore, before thinking about the job opportunity that we will have with this or that career, it is convenient to think about what we like and if we really need to go to University to learn happiness. profession. It is necessary to bear in mind that many greats in their own field have been self-taught, so the only option to learn is not using the Education system standardized, but the system that best suits our possibilities and needs.