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#3 - hudge (07/15/2014) [-]
>Go to Technical school
>Learn a trade
>Actually be in demand
>Get money
>Watch collegefags cry because "Muh dgreez"
>Watch sides enter orbit
User avatar #312 to #3 - wholesomeburn ONLINE (07/17/2014) [-]
I joined in a technical school for aviation repair... I got called as soon as I graduated and I missed like 300+hours of class.
User avatar #262 to #3 - kideezy (07/16/2014) [-]
but then earn 40k for the next 40 years of your life
#261 to #3 - anon (07/16/2014) [-]
Absolutely agree. Went IBEW apprenticeship route. Free education,solid wages (so far at $70k this year, not rich just very comfortable), job security, excellent health care and retirement, actually in demand (open calls at the hall everyday), not cooped up in an office all day. Why would you not become a tradesman?
#250 to #3 - tunit (07/15/2014) [-]
CNC trade school for me!
#241 to #3 - plasticcup (07/15/2014) [-]
But i want to live my dream to be a singing sailor.
But i want to live my dream to be a singing sailor.
#213 to #3 - kanaka (07/15/2014) [-]
Tech. school 4 life
User avatar #208 to #3 - furiousmarshmellow (07/15/2014) [-]
I'd like some fries with that comment.
#289 to #208 - hudge (07/16/2014) [-]
Then go bother an English Major. I've been employed in my career field for 5 years now.
#203 to #3 - captainwow (07/15/2014) [-]
>Go to trade school
>Get mediocre job I don't want
>Work at it for the rest of my life.
#157 to #3 - anon (07/15/2014) [-]
>Everybody taking Liberal Art majors
>Complaining about nojobs
>MFW Computer Science degree

User avatar #240 to #157 - fukkendragonite (07/15/2014) [-]
>Job satisfaction
>I don't want to work in computer science
#259 to #240 - anon (07/16/2014) [-]
I enjoy being a plumber, anddddddddd making bank.
User avatar #268 to #259 - TheFagRobot (07/16/2014) [-]
I'm an architect, I make bank(s).
#299 to #268 - hazardpay ONLINE (07/16/2014) [-]
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#148 to #3 - weldexplain (07/15/2014) [-]
Especially when the tech school is attached to last two years of your high school years. Costs you nothing and getting a job in your field. Welding master race.
User avatar #127 to #3 - mollethecooldude (07/15/2014) [-]
do you live in the us?
#290 to #127 - hudge (07/16/2014) [-]
#119 to #3 - anon (07/15/2014) [-]
Guys just get the certifcation for a RED camera and your set.
#82 to #3 - heartlessrobot (07/15/2014) [-]
>Go to Technical School
>Learn a trade
>Not be in demand because illegals work for half as much as you
Why yes sir, I would like fries with that.
#292 to #82 - hudge (07/16/2014) [-]
All the Mexicans are to busy keeping the grounds where I work nice and pretty for me and the customers.
User avatar #56 to #3 - PubLandlord (07/15/2014) [-]
try and earn 3x minimum wage
#7 to #3 - meierme ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
My best friend and I got out of the marines at almost exactly the same time, he went to a technical college to be a mechanical engineering tech or some digestive end product like that I went to a university to get my bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. We both spent about the same amount of time in school I had to do a little bit more and got two different jobs at about the same time. He started at 46k a year I started at 55k a year. His projected income after 20 years is 88k-105k a year my projected income for where I live after 10 years is 110k a year. We both had the benefit of having the whole four years payed for via the GI bill and voc rehab i just decided to go the harder rout.
So don't tell me a degree is worthless unless you get it in art or some other useless digestive end product you just have to get off you're lazy ass and look Also be willing to relocate
#33 to #7 - anon (07/15/2014) [-]
>4 years paid for
>Lucky enough to be good at a subject that gets him an in-demand skill
>Army experience
>Able to relocate, unlike people who may have to look after other people in their life

Wow, sure, it was nothing but hard work that got you where you are.

Get your head out of your ass. I really cannot stand it when people ignore the lucky circumstances that got them where they are in life in favour of saying "oh well, it was all hard work that got me here, too bad other people don't work as hard as me "
User avatar #309 to #33 - meierme ONLINE (07/16/2014) [-]
you are literately too stupid to insult so let me enlighten you instead;
>its more like 3 years payed for, the rest of the time was because i have 80% disability. hence the voc rehab
>luck has nothing to do with being good at something, you keep doing it until your good
>i was in the marines not the army, as stated above
>i came from a very poor family and we moved twice a year not because military my whole life, it can easily be done. I've lived in 23 states.

yes it was nothing but hard work and dedication that got me here

get your head out of your ass. i really cant stand when people are so ignorant about life that they make up circumstances about other people to provide excuses as to why they are a lazy piece of **** .
#295 to #33 - trickstyle (07/16/2014) [-]
People like to think that they worked hard for what they have.

If he, under any circumstances, was born in a third world country, he wouldn't have chances for any of that.

And yet again, if he were born into a tribe in Amazon, he'd have no idea how bread tastes.

You are right, but your perspective is wrong.
#77 to #33 - anon (07/15/2014) [-]
Ha. I did 4 years in the navy and I'm just starting school now. I would love it if you could explain to me why it was lucky that I came a poor household with less than 30k a year for a family of 5 and enlisted in the ******* military? I'm pretty sure anyone who isn't disabled can do the exact same thing. If you can't join the military for whatever reason and you live in the USA then you can get fafsa (AKA a pell grant) and go to community college for 2-4 years for free. THEN if you decide to you can get student loans for your last 2 years if you want to transfer to a university to get your BA or BS, all the while still using fafsa for books, making a small dent in loan payment, etc. You don't have to make over 100k a year, you can pick all kinds of stuff to do and have a very nice life. I can't imagine a single scenario where you cant improve your life, It's an individuals choice.
TL/DR: Get over yourself fagit.
#75 to #33 - anon (07/15/2014) [-]
Military service isn't luck, you retard.
User avatar #72 to #33 - demcupcakes (07/15/2014) [-]
nigg.er you think its complete luck on what your good at in school do you ******* jack off all day instead of study?
#73 to #33 - anon (07/15/2014) [-]
Wow you are retarded. Joining the army isn't hard work? Nothing is stopping you from joining the army and receiving the same benefits ******* . And don't go oohh dur hur I am a gimp and physically incapable of being in the military. There are plenty of non combat positions in the military. Just because it is a lifestyle you aren't willing to commit to don't fool yourself into thinking it is easy or 'less' work ******* . BTW I'm not even in the military and have no interest in being a part of it at all, and I still think you are a cunt. I know someone whose father abused him, who had little money, and who was diagnosed with depression and joined the Navy, that is not a lucky circumstance.
#13 to #7 - anon (07/15/2014) [-]
go cougs!
#5 to #3 - bann (07/15/2014) [-]
If you went into trade and got a job, I applaud you. The job market is no easier for any trade really though.
User avatar #4 to #3 - godtherapist (07/15/2014) [-]
I agree, trades are where it's at. Unless you are already rich.
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