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As long as he has a thirst for knowledge and truth, and seeks to build his environment up I could care less if he went to post secondary or not. I know an identity cannot be found on paper.

I worked in real estate and all of my clients who were doctors and lawyers wanted me to call them Dr. so and so. But wait, we are not in your office, you are in my office, secondly, you are not my Dr. and you are not at work so why must the person selling you a home call you Dr. or judge?

'I am a DOCTOR, so when are you coming to collect this Sold sign off my property???'



People and their egos are too much, and I find school and ego goes hand in hand a lot of the time, like the value of their life went up or something.
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Originally posted by trudawg trudawg wrote:

I also tend to notice those who discredit degrees the most consequently lack them. TBH, I was one of them before I invested the time an effort into getting them myself.


Living in the D.C. area, virtually everyone and their mama are college-educated (we're a major public policy/research/political hub, so we tend to attract those with advanced degrees). It's just a way of life/normal here, I guess. This area is very classist, with those without the degree being concentrated in blue-collar/administrative positions. Degrees have opened plenty of doors for plenty of people in this town, especially for positions that require them.

Completing a degree program is an amazing personal achievement, and shows commitment at completing a long-term project--people may complain about the debt, but I think very few truly regret going to college.
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juici you are one of those that ask people where they went to school two seconds after they tell you their name
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Originally posted by juicifruit89 juicifruit89 wrote:


Completing a degree program is an amazing personal achievement, and shows commitment at completing a long-term project--people may complain about the debt, but I think very few truly regret going to college.



^^THIS!!!^^
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


juici you are one of those that ask people where they went to school two seconds after they tell you their name



Actually no! I make sure not to ask 'Where did you go to school' (would have to assume that they went) or 'What do you do' (maybe they do not want to discuss work at a social event). I don't tell folks where I went to school unless they ask/it comes up in natural conversation either.

p.s. People here have a really bad habit of asking 'What do you do?' two seconds after meeting lol

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lol okay


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Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

Originally posted by Spokenword Spokenword wrote:

Originally posted by sexyandfamous sexyandfamous wrote:

Originally posted by OhMyCurlz OhMyCurlz wrote:


Some of the people that went to school/college for the longest and/or majored in stupid ish are working entry level jobs. 




If you get a PhD in Sociology or Social Work you can't really expect to be successful.
If you are willing to study that many years for such a sh*tty degree, you might as well try Medical School.




what makes it a sh*tty degree?


a degree that has a lower chance of jobs with a high paying position (100k+ yearly).

And it also matters from where you got the degree, therefore, grades are important too.

people who enter social work aren't exactly in it for the money...that would be the same as questioning why anyone would want to teach, if degree worthiness is based on salary.
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Originally posted by trudawg trudawg wrote:

I also tend to notice those who discredit degrees the most consequently lack them. TBH, I was one of them before I invested the time an effort into getting them myself.

i don't think that's been the trend in this thread
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Originally posted by SamoneLenior SamoneLenior wrote:


juici you are one of those that ask people where they went to school two seconds after they tell you their name



lol this has never happened to me.. do you think its considered rude like religion? i wouldn't know how to react if someone complimented my nails then asked about my schooling
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