YES becuz you can't find any job that makes money if you don't go to college(at least for me because I'm dumb). Plus if I don't go to college my parents will be very mad at me:(
Yes! There will be more research opportunity in post-high school education
Of course, of course, I want to be more knowledgeable.
I guess I would prefer university. As society advances, the reward cycle is longer, meaning that work that requires more skills become more profitable than "menial work" and robotic work, but at the same time takes longer to be proficient. So, I would rather go pursue the work that reward cycle is longer, because of its more profitable potential. Investing in future it is.
Depends on what you call "work". Some colleges are so work-intensive (such as MIT, duh) that it is much more fulfilling than just "working".
Also depends on the major. "Possibly yes" if you intend on hotel management and business, and "probably no" if you intend on premed or theoretical physics.
But really, seriously, truly. To go to grad school after undergrads' completion or to go to work after that, that is the actual question. Do we?