HOW MANY PEOPLE HERE ARE TRULY COLLEGE EDUCATED, i mean with a 4 year degree or more?

what is your career/profession

why don't people go to college as much any more? and guys wonder why some of us just want college educated mates

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    You can't even properly capitalize and punctuate and you're complaining?

    This is just like some other posts where I've seen women calling men idiots yet they spell the word "ITIOTS."

    It just makes you look like a moron.

    On a side note, I do agree with wnk below me. If you go to college and get As you will come out with a higher sophistication of thought. The reason is because you are exposed to knowledge, tactics, and other things. One especially useful point is in learning about fallacies in reasoning which a lot of politicans use and the general public normally falls for because they haven't been educated to see through the faulty reasoning.

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  • wnk
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    I am a teacher.

    And in defense of college education, although I do agree that college isn't for everyone, I would also disagree with a previous poster's statement that basically said that just because you graduated from college doesn't mean that you are smart. If you have ever attended college, you would know that it does take a lot of hard work, effort, and -- yes -- intelligence in order to make it all the way through and actually achieve your degree. Although there may be some exceptions, I definately consider college-educated people smart.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I have a bachelors of business administration. I probably will be returning to school soon for my masters degree. I'm currently in sales. I do believe in being evenly yolked in a relationship. In a perfect world my mate would have equal or greater education than me, but I have found that it is not the most important. I have learned that there are tons of eligible guys that are intelligent and successful with out a degree. Don't let a degree be a deal breaker for you. You could miss out on something great.

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  • 1 decade ago

    4 year degree here, and not doing anything work wise that has anything to do with my 4 year degree (double major). So I think people are being more practical nowadays, why go to 4 years and come away without a true skill or trade? My hubby went to a vocational school and learned a trade in 2 years, and he earns much more than I do....he was smarter and more practical.

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  • 3 years ago

    i won't be able to think of lots of any job that for the time of basic terms takes 8 months of coaching to pay comparable to maximum 4 year college degree jobs and in case you're speaking approximately any style of commerce like carpentry, plumbing, electric powered, etc, in simple terms be arranged to be unemployed many situations before you retire - there are a lot of establishing trades workers out of artwork actual now and have been out of artwork for months with the aid of financial gadget those with college tiers as a team consistently have decrease unemployment expenditures than non-college grads - this is a fact I heavily doubt you're each and every thing you're saying your are - you sound greater beneficial than an offended unsuccessful wannabe

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  • 1 decade ago

    I have 4 years of computer science and hold several degrees in pc architecture 'buildings' mostly .i have been a computer and network technician for over 12 years i am 43 years old and also an administrator over some 30 websites on the internet today.

    I have earlier degrees in state park management ,business management.,I guess i would say I have approximately almost 10 years of college total.I currently own my own company .and have been in business for almost 10 years on my own.and Lovin it.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Not yet, but I'm graduating high school this year, and I'm getting a 4-year degree in communications after that. I intend to be an advertising executive.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I have a Masters degree may go on to get a Doctorate in the near future ! I am a teacher.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Get a HOLD of yourself WOMAN!! Just because someone is college educated doesnt mean they are smarter, brighter, better in bed, make more money, honest, sexy, or non-cheaters. College is NOT for everyone and not everyone can afford to go to college. I dont look for college educated men. I look for men that know what to when to how to and RESPECT me at all times. I am college educated and I know enough to know that YOU need to get a grip!!!!

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  • 1 decade ago

    In my family we have three college graduates. My brother and I graduated years ago in Arkansas. My son just graduated from UCA in Conway, Arkansas.

    I went in the military prior college and so did my brother. My son went straight from high school to college. I am encouraging my son to go ahead and get his masters.

    I am in Human Resources, my son in computers and my brother in social work.

    I realized I needed to do something other than production work while I was in the military.

    Source(s): Personal knowledge. The military is a good beginning for the person that is unsure about the future after high school. Who knows, you might enjoy the military. I was in the Navy and the Army. I learned and saw much more in the Navy than the Army.
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