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What is the highest level of education that you've completed?

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  • Some High School

    1,192 16.97%
  • High School Grad

    978 13.92%
  • Some College

    2,309 32.86%
  • College Grad

    1,539 21.90%
  • Post-Graduate Work

    306 4.36%
  • Post-Graduate Degree

    702 9.99%
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This is a discussion on What is the highest level of education that you've completed? within the Polls forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by kittenmogu I first voted in this poll two years ago as a college junior. Now I've graduated. ...

  1. #591

    Quote Originally Posted by kittenmogu View Post
    I first voted in this poll two years ago as a college junior. Now I've graduated. Wish I could change my answer.
    I guess that's how it goes. In 2 years I completed my master's also.

  2. #592

    Still at uni

  3. #593

    I am writing a Master Thesis now. It's so hard. I have to finish it up to 6 Nov. I am so nervous. I even used essayhelp.org writing service so they proofread it. I have to make a presentation and I am free :)

  4. #594

    BSc Physics, MSc Software Development.

    When I was young and naive, I wanted to go into Physics research. Then I noticed that it's a cutthroat world of competition, constantly trying to gain funding, and mediocre pay. Research doesn't produce a tangible product or profit, so it essentially depends on charity in the sense that it isn't self sustaining. That means you're only treated as well as the degree to which your country values research.

    Software Development, on the other hand... I'm so valued, I get free bagels with cream cheese. Talk about living the high-life.
    Happy29 thanked this post.

  5. #595

    Juris Doctor
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  6. #596

    master in business communication

  7. #597

    I'm probably not going to make it into college, so I'll say high school diploma is my probabe maximum in education.

  8. #598

    Quote Originally Posted by garcdanny26 View Post
    Finishing up high school.
    Planning on getting a B.S. in Environmental Engineering, starting this fall!
    After that, a master's in sustainability (or another specific field in the environmental industry) after working for a few years.
    Probably plan to move to a different state after undergrad is complete! :)
    Wish I could update this. Graduated high school with honors, now moved on to college! Still sticking to a BS in Environmental Engineering and I'm doing well so far. Definitely still planning for a master's, now I know I want to get my MS degree in Engineering Science and Mechanics.

  9. #599

    I wish I could change my answer. I'm a high school senior and I haven't technically graduated high school yet so I chose some high school, but I'm a full time college student so I should've chosen some college.

  10. #600

    High school. Failed at college before (I was in Information Technology), but now I'm trying again in Computer System.


     
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