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Do you need college to be successful?

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Do you need a college degree to be successful and make good money? Explain your thoughts.
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The only prerequisite to success is hard work.
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Of all those signs only 5 are worth studying

>Engineering
>Bussiness
>Medical
>Computer sciene
>Maybe math

The rest wont really matter in the future
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>>1717964
it depends. if your parents are rich, no. if you are poor and you are able to go, you have to suck as many dicks as possible with the hope one day somebody will give you a job. if you are poor and are a retarded autist you are fucked.
t. autist
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ill list some of the degree's i think are most valuable (right now)

>aerospace
>math
>drafting technology
>computer engineering
>electrical engineering
>programming (specifically .net asp and C#)

in trade:

>abseiling
>refrigeration tech
>welder (underwater pays alot more)
>truck drivers (cross country is better)

for the electricians and locksmiths meme it might be too late.
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>>1719623
>abseiling
What da fook is this?
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>>1717964
No it just opens doors. Good for networking as well. Keep in mind thst HR will filter out resumes without the required degree if you don't have relevant experience. Make sure you seek a marketable degree.
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>>1719623
oh... truck driving you make about 18-22 an hour.
refrigeration tech is 100% mexican, more like 15-18 an hour.
Welding pays about 12-15 an hour, and you destroy your lungs.
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>>1719694
All those jobs can earn way more especially welding. Those seem like apprentice level earnings or entry level. However they are shit jobs unless you enjoy the work.
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>>1719694
yeah i was unsure about listing welding, its not good as people make it to be.
and ref. tech someone said in america there is a deep shortage according to statistics but im not sure if i got memed.
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>>1719694
I know plenty of welders/fabricators in the southern US who make 70-90k a year...
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I know many successful people who don't have degrees. All of them started their own business
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>>1719722
http://www.achrnews.com/articles/130625-over-100000-new-hvacr-techs-installers-needed-in-next-seven-years

here is the article
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>tfw English Literature graduate

It's really not that bad. If you live in a relevant city, there are plenty of writing jobs available once you get your foot in the door somewhere.
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