Why You Study..??? Because You Need a Nice Jobs??? Huh???
January 12, 2011 4:46pm CST
hi to all Guys why you study??? because you need a nice job??? huh??? well, I think study is for increasing knowledge & profitting humans by your knowledge its not for finding nice job. I dunno whats your thoughts about guys??? I wanna know about??? kindly share your thoughts??? & sorry for my bad english. have a nice day.
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• United States
15 Jan 11
It has been almost ten years since I've been a student, but that does not mean that my thirst for knowledge has decreased. Now, the reason that I study is because I'm doing a lot of writing and it requires studying some of the subjects to be able to write effective articles. In addition to that, the other reason that I study is because of the fact that I feel like there should be something that I learn every day of my life. This has been great for me in my life.
13 Jan 11
I like to study and yet I am not for finding a job .I am a retired worker. I had worked for 40 years and more before retirement so I don't want to ask for trouble.Study is my essential resource after retirement.I think it a spiritual pursuit.As the saying is goes, It is never too late to learn,moreover ,today is the era of knowledge explosion,there are lots of things that want to learn.
13 Jan 11
I never study much. It's how much i learn and listen that i am actually interested in. I always kind of bunk classes hang out with friends and stuff and that'a what i am really interested in and learning when i have some positive attitude only then i learn something with interest otherwise i am not interested at anything more than that. Cheers!
• United States
12 Jan 11
I study to learn. I learn because I want to know. I want to know because it's in my nature. If it helped me to get a great job, that would be even better. I stopped my formal education a LONG time ago but have continued to learn and study all kinds of things. I like knowing, that's all. I have a desire to learn new things just because I wouldn't have to question them anymore. It has helped me tremendously in social settings. I have a wide range of topics that I can talk about with others because I've studied so many different things. I studied what I had to in school and was able to get a great job as a proofreader. I think, though, that my desire to learn everything I could about the English language, even after formal schooling, did more for me to get a terrific job than if I had just studied what I was expected to. You should love what you do for a living. If you love it, you will study more than what is required in school. That way, you will have a much better advantage over others who only study what they must in school. One more thing, if you never stop learning and studying, you will be a far happier person than if you stop all learning once you are out of school. I am.