Log in with a social network:
Log in with your username or email:
Revnge on humanity. I like his thinking.
I submitted other things from Tales of Mere Existence before this and it never got on.
...except for you EDWIN you egotistical fop.
HAHAHAHAHA. So, getting a degree will make earn that much? Come on, be realistic
A degree makes the difference between working your butt off 10 hours a day for minimum wage and working at a normal job for a good amount of money. Most guys I know with degrees, work 8 hours a day, but actually spend most of the day screwing around on their computer. Then they go home with a $200,000 a year pay check.
Without a degree, you`ll go home with $12,000 a year and when you work an 8 hour day, it will be 8 solid hours of intense work.
A degree is the difference between happiness and being miserable. Of course there are a few exceptions, but why take the chance?
I hate to say it, but it`s true. Does working at a job you actually enjoy, and want to go to every work day exist anymore? It seems like with me I`ll either a) work at a horrible job with horrible pay, but only part-time. I won`t have to be there much, but I`ll won`t be able to sustain myself financially. b) work at said job full-time. I`ll have an apartment, and a little bit on money in my pocket, but I`ll be completely and utterly drained, physically and emotionally. Plus my social life will pretty much be non-existent. or c) I play the lovely, life-devoting-to-student-loans game of college, where after 6 years of annoying schoolwork, I am only given a slightly better chance at getting a higher paying job that everyone else is competing for.