View Poll Results: Highest Level of Education?
Never finished high school 10 1.62%
Never finished high school
10 1.62%
High school diploma / GED 85 13.80%
High school diploma / GED
85 13.80%
Trade school / Technical school diploma 37 6.01%
Trade school / Technical school diploma
37 6.01%
Associate degree 62 10.06%
Associate degree
62 10.06%
Bachelor degree 271 43.99%
Bachelor degree
271 43.99%
Masters degree 99 16.07%
Masters degree
99 16.07%
Ph.D (doctorate) / MD 52 8.44%
Ph.D (doctorate) / MD
52 8.44%
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Old 08-03-2018, 11:42 PM #91
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Who cares? A college degree doesn’t mean you’re smart.
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Who cares? A college degree doesn’t mean you’re smart.
Sure it does, you are book smart. It is also one of the most definitive ways to demonstrate your commitment to a long term project.

Then there are street smarts, which is an entirely different curriculum.
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Depending on your career path, advanced degrees tend to open more doors for those that just graduated, and allow for higher pay rates than their colleagues who may not have the same credentials.

I don't think degrees have any correlation to "intelligence"....it just demonstrates to employers that you are more dedicated to a specific subject matter, and/or you have the knowledge to be considered a "expert" in your field.

Only advice is don't pick a stupid subject matter to become a expert in..........

Yes, you can get a PHD in all kinds of subject matters these days, and many of these titles aren't worth the paper they are printed on.
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I have two higher educations, pedagogical and legal. I am a professional writer whose goal is to help scientists improve their academic performance. I have a master’s degree in foreign languages ​​and am passionate about editing and directing students and graduates with their college papers and you can find help by clicking here. I believe that every student can succeed, but some only need a little help, and I like to give this help to those who seek it. As a tutor, I share my knowledge with students, but as a guru writer, I help them to achieve better grades faster. Our goal is to help all students easily and quickly handle their college papers. I hope that students who study in colleges and universities will definitely receive assistance in the field of education if they need it, because it is very important. When I studied, I did not have access to the Internet and I could not easily find the information I needed, but in the 21st century, everything is much simpler.

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Personally, I majored in Math and Economics and got a Masters Degree in math. I dropped the PhD program, finally recognizing that math is not for me. Would like to have majored in engineering and business. Management, finance, marketing, sales and international relations - I thought about this but made the wrong choice. As the result to finish education, I often used third party services (like paper writing services reviews ).
I love engineering and business… it’s by far the most interesting to me on a personal level with finance not too far behind.
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Bachelors degree

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I've always wondered about this demographic for 4Runner owners/fans. What is the highest level of education you've achieved to date?

Edited for clarity: Please vote for the highest level of education you've ALREADY achieved. This poll isn't about what you're working towards or what you may have in the future. If you're currently enrolled in college, but don't yet have your degree, then just choose the option that best reflects the diploma or degree that you've already earned.

This is an anonymous poll, so we won't know how you voted.

I just finished school. To be honest, I was not a very good student, so I used the help of Pro-Papers.com: A writing service that will cover your back professionals. And that's why I managed to finish school with normal grades. I think that good grades are not the most important thing in life.
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Need to finish college. One damn class away from an associate
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Never went to college but did graduate trade school. Was a lineman in the Seabees in Nam. Went to trade school after I got out of the Navy and became a journeyman lineman. I then went on to a multi craft maintenance system where the company I worked for would provide all the training you could handle. Schools I have had or attended during my 31 years at this job included electrical control systems, welding, machine repair, millwright training, instrumentation, Allen Bradley integrated discrete control systems, Parker hydraulics, just to name a few. Never was one to learn from a book. Practical application training was I liked the best. But that's just me.
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I went to community college for a semester.
Wasn't for me. I didn't know what I wanted to do, and didn't want to waste my time getting a degree in nothing.
Now that I have somewhat of a career, I keep thinking of going to take certain classes...like accounting and some business classes.
But...are they worth it? I've taken some continuing education classes that were a complete waste of time, and i left with no more knowledge than I started with.
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Bachelors degree. I am for free education for all categories of society. Education should be as accessible as possible for people with different income levels. Because the more educated people, the greater the chance they have to make their life better, this is an axiom. Recently, working with Canadian writing service English Help for Canadian Students - Homework with Ease - Ca.EduBirdie.com, i wrote my capstone project final on this topic. In my work, I have shown the importance of access to education for the development of the individual, the country and the world as a whole.

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College has gotten crazy with tuition!

That said, I have a Doctorate degree in Dentistry and went further to become a specialist. I have 2 in college now, one wants to follow in my path. The other seems to think its an overpriced waste of time. I get it and see both sides. Do what you like, money is not everything and eventually most if not all figure it out. If you do go to school don't bury yourself in debt, not a good way to start off.

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I access the forum using Tapatalk, so I can't see polls.
My highest level of formal education is High School.
Then a couple of trade schools (auto mechanic, then truck driving).
I have been employed continuously since I was eight years old, now 60 years old.
Education and knowledge are two separate things.

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