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nitwhiz
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I dropped out university.

I'm feeling better than ever.

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  • 11
    Something ends, something begins.
    Anyway, you will never stop learning.
    Good luck!
  • 10
    Oh boy the autistic screechers have been summoned

    Good luck though 👍🏻
  • 3
    I can't wait for retirement
  • 4
    @Stuxnet no need for luck, fulltime job it already was for quite some time.
  • 1
    😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍i fucking wish i had the courage to do the same thing but I fucking didnt and i fucking regret every bit of second in my life
  • 2
    yes bitch, u r gonna need good luck, some jobs(u will see in the future) expressly require the fucking degree.

    U will see bro, you will see...sit comfortable by now
  • 6
    @arcioneo job ads aren't contracts 😉
    What they want, and what they get aren't always the same thing.

    @nitwhiz
    Good luck you dropout, welcome to the rebellion!!
  • 1
    My dad told me college wasn’t for everyone, even though he didn’t particularly make it passed high school because he had to raise us 😂

    Tbh you either make it by staying in college the full for years and at least get six figures out of it or just stay at a company for 5-10 years and wish for the best 👌

    Good luck on your journey, brother 😄
  • 1
    I'm reminded of a place I worked, which now has a policy of only hiring people with degrees.

    To stack shelves..
  • 0
    @arcioneo damn, someone needs to simmer down

    @nitwhiz you did whatever’s best for you, bonne chance!
  • 3
    @Nanos the real question is do people with degrees actually apply for the job?
  • 1
    @Nanos I know some IBM employees who are bored out of their minds with the repetitive tasks, some as simple as pinging IP addresses. Some similar companies only hire graduates from top universities or with Latin honors.

    Of course, after years doing that kind of job, your peers have probably gained more skills than you did. After years of experience, companies care more about experience and skills than where you graduated and what honors you got.

    In the end, you spend more money in universities than you would earn when you get an actual job. Of course, this is not the case for the majority and I'm not against people getting a degree. Just sharing a story a bit similar to yours.
  • 3
    @arcioneo I dropped out from uni directly into a full time job. I fucking hated the ways things were done on uni. My job position required a degree. My boss is a uni drop-out too and knows that paper doesn't guarantee quality worker, so it doesn't matter.

    One of our most devoted SME used to be a taxi driver and barman, he handles US mobile network configuration now. Our most recent colleague used to be a cook in a fast food below our offices, then he decided he wants to work here and gained the skills needed.

    University degree doesn't means jack shit when it comes to real life. It's good if you have one, but workers without it can be valuable too.
  • 0
    @Stuxnet

    Oh yes, before I left we had new staff come in with degree's !

    They was as thick as shit mind you..
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