Should I drop out of college?

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  • Should I drop out of college?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 21:49
. Your parents, or teacher, or friends, or siblings, or relatives... One of them is bound to tell you "College will make you become successful and have a good life and stable good paying job"... That is a complete lie. That is how you are taught in school. Get good grades, and you will get into a good college and pick any major you want, then get a great job after you graduate in your field of study. NO. NO. NO. America was not built on people going to college. It was built on trades. For example... Gemology is a trade, Aviation is a trade. it goes on and on. You may not want to do any of those but those are examples. Some jobs REQUIRE a degree (obviously) but if you don't want to spend 4 years in college and use up all your or your parents money, don't go. If you are relying on student loans, You MUST pay them back. Students think that they will not have to pay the student loans back but you are indentured for life. You cannot escape it. Make sure you know what your stepping into when you get in college.. Choosing your career based on college majors isn't the only route you can take. The average sheep follows the rest of the herd, it takes mental strength and an independent heart to venture off away from the herd. Everything I wrote here is based off FACTS. This is not an opinion, it's a fact.
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Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 18:24
Do you want to be an electrician, can go to a technical school learn some electrical knowledge, many graduates are facing the employment problem, work or search slowly, with strength is very important.
Positive: 60 %
Answer #3 | 26/12 2013 08:14
You really shouldn't drop out of college. Education is your best bet for a bright future. If you don't like where you are now, consider transferring schools. Or maybe online education. Online education has come a far way and a lot of great schools are offering online education. Check out . It's a great site that will help you find the right school for you considering what degree you want. And with online education, you could set your study schedule to your liking and even work along with it. It's a great option.
Positive: 50 %
Answer #4 | 23/12 2013 19:28
You're right to question your educational path. Becoming an electrician makes sense, you can always go back to college later after you've established yourself as an electrician. There are a plethora of unemployed college graduates with degrees in business administration.
Positive: 50 %

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