Do you have a Bachelor's degree or higher?
Someone has to change the culture in American politics.
Kansas State University
Class of 2016
EMAW (Every Man A Wildcat
Icegoal, how are you planning to pay for college and especially medical school?
In 4 years :)
is it just me, or is this map suspect?
Look at the income filter. That says it all.
Not yet... By May 2013 in Psychology i will have a Bachelors... then off to grad school to study Counseling Psychology!
For the record I'm in high school and am planning to go to medical school - so ill say yes in 9 years- and have my taxes raised for saving/ fixing all of your medical problems that you'll be ungrateful for and hate me. That is if you ever reach me in time with obamacare.
Vote for Romney!
you might want to focus.
Nothing yet but once out of high school and the USAF I'm going to get a doctorate in comms, war history, and US history
I have an Associates in business studies.
Husband has a bachelor in music going for his master in music theory/composition.
Masters in Aerospace Engineering, suck it! :)
Working on my Master's in Teaching right now :) Only 3 more years (+1 year of grad school).
In progress. One more year then I hit the pavement for a career *crosses fingers*
One more year!! Thank God for Pell Grants Obama 2012
Democrats need more education so we will have more republicans.
Associates in human services.
Husband masters in education.
Got my BS in May, and started a new job this week...
Not yet but I plan to eventually get my PhD
Nope I'm a manager at mc d
Yes. BSc. MSc. MBA.
No I'm still in high school:)
A college degree opens up so many more opportunities. Even if it's not in a high demand field, there are some doors that are closed to someone without the diploma. Guys like Bill Gates or Steve Jobs are exceptions.
@philliessuck--I finished my bachelor's at 20 and know several others who did the same. Gave me a great head start; I recommend the fast track if you can make it work.
Not yet :)
I graduated with my Bachelors just after turning 21. It's very possible if you work hard. I'm now 29 and so thankful I was diligent about finishing college early so I could go to grad school and enter the real world when most others are still in school playing around!
Check out that income filter. Stay in school kiddies.
It's not at all impossible to get your bachelor's by 20 if you work hard in high school and take college courses. You could take summer semesters starting before you even graduate high school. It's very possible to do if you're highly motivated. I wish I had known all that at 18.
Still in high school...
Yes, bought and paid for myself.
Not yet, working on it though!
They might not be lying. The youngest person to be accepted into a university/college that I know of was 14, so if things worked out for him he could have easily got a bachelors degree before he was 21. So maybe 1% really have one and the 3% are lying.
If you look at the age filters, 4% of people under 21 have that. What liars
OK. Now I understand the answers to the belief in god question.
Republicans need more education so we will have more democrats.
Two bachelor degrees...
Income filters are no surprise. And yes I have higher.
Not yet, but I'll have my doctorate in physical therapy in about 6 1/2 years. :)
Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction plus an additional 30 graduate hours. Life-long learner!
In the future yes, but now I'm a straight a student in the seventh grade
I will one day but im still in high school right now
Andres2100 keep telling yourself that. On average college grads earn a million dollars more over a lifetime than non-college grads. But I'll admit that college is not for everyone.
BS in Management. Start next week on my associates in Nursing (RN). 15 years apart.
I have my BS and no interest in getting my MBA. At this point in my career, there isn't an advantage to having one.
My wife has her BA and MA in English; she's a stay home mom :-)
Bachelors in biology.
I have a high school diploma, a good work ethic and some common sense. In my opinion that's better than anything you can get from a college.
4 Associate degrees, 2 Bachelor degrees, & a MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Bachelor degrees are in English & Business Administration, in case you are curious.
Liberal brainwashing? U mean EDUCATION???