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Dropping out of school?

Author : Laurie

Submitted : 2017-07-24 07:05:24    Popularity:     

Tags: Dropping  school  

If I'm making roughly $2000 a month with a blog and the income is gradually increasing, would it make sense to drop out of tenth grade? I'm Definitely not a fan of school and see it as a way of wasting a lot of time and learning plenty of pointles

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No, I would at least finish your high school diploma if you're deciding not to go to college.

No! Graduate high school AT LEAST, and you should attend college for whatever you're interested in, as it can help a lot! Even just attending a state school which is inexpensive can be worth it. For example, if your blog fails and you can't afford to only run the blog ($24k a year is barely enough to live on as it is) you will be able to find a good job in journalism or various other fields if you have a college degree.

No, that would not make sense. 24k a year is almost at the poverty line, and there's no guarantee that will continue or keep increasing anyway. Almost all jobs you might want someday expect a minimum of a high school diploma. If you drop out, I can 100% guarantee you will eventually regret it.

Oooo a whole $2000 a month. Try living in the real world with that, and if your blog goes no further or ends at some point, what do you have. A drop out with. GED....IF you are capable of passing all sections of the GED.
You need to drop out in order to take the GED exam. You can end up with no HS diploma and no GED.

You need to find out if you can drop out at age 16 in your state.
Get some ged study guide books and see how you do with the materials

U still seriously uninformed clueless uneducated child.
Keep attending high school.
Get ur h.s. diploma.
2000$ on a blog is nothing.
Ur parents haven't explained reality to u there as a child.
U got lots to learn next ten years.
Ur blog will NOT be in existence in ten years, then what you going to do


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