High school diploma

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A high school diploma is awarded for anyone who completed their high school credits. In the United States, it is considered the minimum education required for government jobs and higher education.

Additionally, a high school diploma also serves as an important step in personal and professional development. Beyond formal qualifications, it represents a fundamental level of knowledge and skills that can significantly helps to find employment prospects[1] and overall life chances.

It opens the door to a variety of career paths and provides individuals with the tools they need to become more active in their communities and make informed decisions about their future plans.

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  1. "find employment prospects". kaiseonline.com. Retrieved 2023-09-28.