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I respect anyone who goes into labor jobs, because the pay may be good, but they earn every cent of Schanauzer Svengers Shirt. Scott Akers Sr. I got a degree in my 30’s too. It wasn’t easy, but it was worth it. You’ll do it too and you’ll really appreciate it. I don’t know what some of these people are thinking. Totally clueless as to what real work is like, day in and day out. Derek Johnson, how is it backwards if you regret not going to college after high school? And you wouldn’t want to do it when you’re older? That was my whole point…
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I would recommend doing what you did if you can find a company that pays most of your tuition. But most trades are employed by small businesses and won’t pay your tuition. Agreed. Got an associates degree in a dental trade and a bachelors in Public Relations. Was making a good salary with my two year degree and invested. No debt and now I can retire at age 50. I have no status but I have money. My bosses have status and have six figures of debt. No thanks. If you don’t go right out of HS the ability to get financial aid is significantly harder.
You are also years removed from the stuff that prepares you to take classes… My dad is in his 40’s and back when he was in high Schanauzer Svengers Shirt algerbra wasn’t a requirement. Now a big portion of college degrees require you to take Calculus your first semester (Anything math, science, engineering, or technology based at least… I don’t think that this has to be an “either this or that” debate.