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Should I go to University?

AlexLee's picture

So, guys, I don't know what to do with my life at this point. My dad has a workshop and I can just work there and then inherit the workshop but other option is going to university, getting a degree and have a career in marketing which is kinda interesting for me. What would you choose if you were me?

Cooljay's picture

 I think that going to (post #184127, reply #1 of 4)

 I think that going to university is really a good idea. It definitely would be hard but you know, these days you can use professional custom writing services as a shortcut, is a really nice one. So in such case you'll have some spare time and you'll still be able to help out your dad if needed and make some money.

silenceintherain's picture

My opinion on your situation (post #184127, reply #2 of 4)

I think that you should go to the university. If something happends wrong you could go to your dad's workshop anyway. At university you may try professional help with essay writing or visit site if you need it. It's always better to have degree for your career. Anyway, only you decide what to do in your future.

Gidi12's picture

I agree that you should go (post #184127, reply #3 of 4)

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carsonvictoria05's picture

I'm in a predicament right (post #184127, reply #4 of 4)

I'm in a predicament right now. I'm as of now a 17 yr old Year 12 understudy in Australia. I have the choice of going to college to advance my investigation, yet I can't choose if it values the exertion. the assignment writing service I don't generally like school, I am extremely keen on getting the hang of, picking up learning and encountering new things yet I by and large don't care for the school condition and I am uncertain on whether uni will be the equivalent or unique (conceivable more regrettable).