college

United States
January 28, 2008 10:55pm CST
are there any people here that didn't graduate college but,doesn't think it is totally necessary to go, to be successful in life.
3 responses
@peavey (16866)
• United States
8 Feb 08
Ambition, energy and common sense help a lot more than a college education. I know of some college graduates that work for a fast food restaurant. My ex husband only went through high school and was making over 6,000 a month 10 years ago. It depends on the person.
@w21_lena (11)
• United States
31 Jan 08
I didn't graduate college. I got married and we needed money for a down payment on a house, so i said I'd go later and save money now. Well, now i changed my mind about going to college and about what I want my degree in. I'm going to get my degree online for medical trasctiption and work from home. Truthfully that was my dream is to have no comute what-so-ever. I hate driving, all those dumb drivers on the road. (I'm talking about the slow ones--I'm a speeder and I hate when people go slow on the fast lane) Anyway, I think going to college will definitely start you off better, but you can move up slowly without a college degree. Its going to take you a few years longer then if you DID have a college degree though. Well Good luck. Do go to college. It will be Much easier.
@gracyq (20)
• China
29 Jan 08
I don't think it's necessary through I've got in it. And it's all up to you.