I am 32 and never been to college. But have,a reasonably successful career. Will I never regret being going to college?

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Last Updated: 05/29/2018 at 10:50am
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Am3r1canDrag0n
November 21st, 2017 7:58am
That's up to you, everybody has different needs and different regrets, and different dreams. However, you can always go back to college if you so desire, whether it be for a four year degree or a two year degree at a trade school.
LockeLamoraUK
January 29th, 2018 3:12pm
There is no single path to happiness in life. Ultimately, people go to college to get a good career - if you've accomplished that already, arguably you've saved a load of time and money.
rebecca947 - Expert in Student Life
February 17th, 2018 3:25pm
Going to college is a choice every one of us makes- though it seems like it's expected for most of us to go, it doesn't mean we have to. Many go to college to learn more about a course, to be more competitive in getting a job. However, if you're happy with where you're at in life, then going to college may not ever be a regret. It all depends on how you view it. And remember, college is still an option for you, regardless of your age, if you ever decide you want to attend one day.
Anonymous
February 26th, 2018 8:21am
If you are doing well in your career and all is going good for you in your experience vise than i think there is nothing for you to worry about.. But you have to keep working to built your experience to be hired.. Its harder to get a job if you are not working and do not have a cert as well..But if you are working and gaining training and courses from your company that should be good too..
Anonymous
May 29th, 2018 10:50am
If you already have a successful career, dont think about the past and the things that could have been. You set yourself up and achieved things to be where you are today. And you did all that WITHOUT college. If you can do this already, im sure theres no need to regret it.