Most likely, I know a few people who have dropped out and still be sucessful, but most everywhere requires employees to have graduated. Should you drop out, your options later on will be limited. My 10?- stay in school
Yes a very bad decision . Completing high school shows discipline as well as a commitment to follow through with what you have started . If you drop out I promise you it will haunt you in the future . Why do you think there are so many GED classes ?
Just playing devil's advocate, I dropped out of school 5 months before graduation, got my GED, then went straight to college. I am now 27 and have a bachelors of science in nursing, and I am a RN so, I don't think dropping out of high school did anything except get me into college faster than my idiot peers. Most of my classmates who DID graduate, including my class salutatorian, didn't even attend college, and work blue collar jobs in oil fields and food service. I think if you have a life plan and goal, pursue the education that ACTUALLY helps your career, and are not just dropping out because of social, lack of interest, or motivation reasons, then quiting high school is neither here nor there. Not for everyone though.
Superficially your decision looks bad one. Yes if you have any other alternate arrangement like family business or if you can try your luck in any other field and you are confident of that then you should go for that and you should love your self rather then caring for other people's decision, and repenting at the end. I think your name is perfect loveyouself.
I think it is... but that's my opinion. I just know how hard it is to find work without a high school diploma. A lot of businesses nowadays won't even hire you with a GED. I understand it when somebody comes back with the opinion "well there are lots of successful people who didn't graduate or dropped out", but I usually respond with "wellllll, um, you're not them..." lol. Bottom line is, it's only 4 years. Why not stick it out? Yeah... I know, you might also be thinking that you won't use the things you learn in high school courses, but that's not even the point. You probably won't use most of them. It's simply just the piece of paper. That's mostly what it is that the employers want to see. Good luck.
Personally I think that's a bad decision But some people have been successful with it you just have to have a job and have to be very intelligent and find out how to work around it Good luck and hope this helps (:
One of the worst decisions. It places you in dead end jobs that do not pay well, aborts your learning, shows the world you do not make a commitment to important tasks, and you lack self-respect to help yourself. Look around and study the welfare of those who quit. Are they successful? Are they living a dream life or just getting by? Please rethink your decision.
Not a bad decision if you don't mind ending most sentences with "do you want fries with that" or "does that complete your order and is your order correct on the screen"? Thing twice before you make any move to drop out.
Yes, its a bad idea. Why would you continue another year. Then decide to drop out. That makes no sense. I dropped out in 11th grade at 16. Not because I was lazy but because I had a lot of things going in my life. All those things that seemed so major are over. I still don't have a HSD. I got my GED but to go to a university Ill have to do two years community. Bummer. Stay in School!!!