The mere idea of spending four or more years trudging between university lecture halls, writing papers and taking exams is more than some people can bear not to mention the cost of tuition, and the burden of student-loan debt.
While it’s often thought that those who opt out of college limit their employability, career options and earning potential, that’s not necessarily the case.
“There are plenty of great jobs that pay well for people who don’t have degrees,” says Dawn Fay, New York-area president of human resources consultancy Robert Half. Read the Full Article at nypost.com >>>>
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