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6 Reasons Why Being A College Dropout Doesn't Make You A Loser

Despite what society implies, being a dropout doesn’t make you a loser. Sometimes in life we come to the conclusion that the path we’re on isn’t right for us. If going to college doesn’t feel like a good fit for you and the lifestyle you desire, there is no reason to feel like a loser. There is nothing wrong with going to college and getting the necessary training for a career you want to pursue. Obviously, many careers require degrees. This article is for people who decided college is not a good fit, dropped out, and now feel the pressure from society, family, friends, and coworkers to go back and get their degree for the sake of having a degree.
Here are 6 reasons why being a college dropout doesn’t make you a loser:

Reason #1: Graduating from college doesn’t guarantee you’ll do anything with your degree or make anything out of your life. It just means you completed the required courses set forth by a board of people. It’s just like getting your High School diploma - a lot of people …
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