View Poll Results: Highest Level of Education?
Never finished high school 10 1.54%
Never finished high school
10 1.54%
High school diploma / GED 89 13.67%
High school diploma / GED
89 13.67%
Trade school / Technical school diploma 39 5.99%
Trade school / Technical school diploma
39 5.99%
Associate degree 63 9.68%
Associate degree
63 9.68%
Bachelor degree 291 44.70%
Bachelor degree
291 44.70%
Masters degree 104 15.98%
Masters degree
104 15.98%
Ph.D (doctorate) / MD 55 8.45%
Ph.D (doctorate) / MD
55 8.45%
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Old 04-19-2020, 04:47 PM #106
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It seems to me that CBD now exists in different forms and you can choose what you like, but CBD oil definitely needs to be at your place. Which of CBD products do you use too? I also have a cream that helps me deal with the pain. It helps so great after the gym.
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Two B.A.'s and a Master's, but as a teacher, it's almost automatic with the amount of professional development required. Ironically, I discourage my students from going into education as a profession, and instead really try to guide them towards a trade school. A former student of mine went to a local community college for their 2-year welding program, and then started her career at the Toyota Development Center doing prototype work. After 2 years there she makes more than double what I make and can use those skills for the rest of her life.
Sadly this is true. Wife is a teacher.

I only have an associates and I easily clear 2 1/2 times what she makes.

They say we have a teacher shortage but pay them crap.
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I know some useful information about colleges in the USA. Full training in a community college takes 4 years, but many students study there much less. At the end of the 2nd year, the student receives a “two-year degree” - the Associate’s degree. With this degree, you can go to work or continue training. Often, students after two years of college submit documents to the university for a bachelor's degree. Americans have difficulties with studying at universities, so they use services that help them write essays, and which also show EssayAssist.net boston university acceptance rate 2018. Americans and foreign students prefer this way of studying (rather than immediately entering a bachelor's degree at a university) to save money.
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I received an MBA a year ago, and it was extremely difficult. I even had to pay for papers on few occasions just to be on top of everything. Luckily, I discovered a very reliable service called Paperhelp, and it saved me. In my opinion, these years were worth it but it's definitely not for everyone. Would I survive without higher education? Yes, probably. Could the lack of it make my life harder? Yes, for sure.
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I have my bachelor's degree, planning to take master's degree but I realize that I have bills to pay. Adulting is really tough.
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I got my bachelor's, but I struggled a lot with school. I learn a lot better with hands-on stuff. So at this point in time, it's just trying to get certifications
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Bachelor's degree. Should have went into Real Estate! Hahaha.

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Hello to all! I encountered writing a thesis for the first time. And I delayed the deadlines, I thought I would not have time to pass, but I really needed a high score. Older friends advised me Write My Thesis: Service To Write Your Paper and Thesis and I was right: the result was excellent and managed to write an individual work in a short time. I advise everyone to use
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I always hated taking exams because of the pressure. It was crazy time for me when the exam week would come. I was not a really great student and I always studied only the night before the exam. Most of us are like that and that made me struggle with them. It was like that through college, but after that I had an IT course which was much easier because the help I got from spotoclub.com. I always had questions for the exams and I knew that I will pass them.
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