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And there are a lot of good paying jobs where your payment will be a lot better with two years at a technical school than 4 years with a philosophy degree. (I think of Carrot Top the comedian who had a ” Chicken I’m Not A Hot Mess In A Spicy Disaster Shirt ” for English majors; the book was hooked up to a deep frier handle so they could “multi task.). Liberal arts worked out well for me but ultimately, you want to get up each day and be happy. This shouldn’t even be a question is this specific case. She wants to be a diesel mechanic, so that’s what she is going to succeed at. There’s no point in trying to tell her to sit in classrooms for the next four or five years if that isn’t even relevant for her.
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If she wants to be an engineer later, that’s a whole other story. I will go one step further and probably insult a lot of us: ANYBODY can sit around in college and squeak by if they want to rack up debt or already have that covered. It’s probably much harder to find people who actually want to go to a trade school and work sooner. The old stigma needs to be reversed. I don’t get why this is a dilemma.
Sounds like she’s not only book smart but also smart enough to have decided on next steps to a career she has interest in without paying the Chicken I’m Not A Hot Mess Im A Spicy Disaster Shirt back for an extended period of time. So many young people who go to college usually cannot find a job and thus take a mediocre one just to pay outstanding loans.