Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? To improve the quality of education, universities should spend more money on salaries for university professors. Use specific reasons and examples to support your answer.

Most people believe that professors are getting high payments but in reality ,the salaries are too low for their work.Professors are the most crucial part of students' education and they are the ones who share their experience and knowledge. However, sometimes lack of money reduces the motivation for lecturers to improve their knowledge source and restart new ways of teaching.Moreover, I feel like the quality of education naturally comes from instructors because they are the head example for students. I will bring several examples based on my own experience in the following statement. First of all, when I was a student I really struggled with my studies because there were teachers in my college that didn't care who is learning or even comes to their lectures.On the other hand, there were professors who are so sweet and caring for each student.Later on,I find out that their salary was higher than the ones that didn't want to give enough knowledge. So in this case salary was a vital part of education. Secondly, now I am an interior coordinator and my lecturer back then always told me that teaching is one of the hardest fields to attend. Now that I have coworkers that I help I understand how challenging it is to give everything you know in a better way so they can understand and absorb all the information. Nevertheless, I learn new things every day, so I can improve my source and give excellent results for my coworkers and for our projects.Furthermore, I consider that nowadays each day something new is discovered and there are instructors who studied back in the 20century ,and back at that time there was not as much information rather than today. In conclusion, salary can motivate and give opportunities to professors to retake courses and level up their teaching game.
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