I want to be a model but there's literally thousands of them and it makes me scared that I won't be succesful. What do I do to deal with this?
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Having been through the college system two times in my life I can offer you this from experience.
Go to college and get an Associates degree. This will open the world of opportunities as colleges are good at knowing what is coming. They gamble their success on being to provide the education and training to their customers (students) with being able to have a high employment percentage with their students after graduation in the field of their choice.
My second time in college I was going into the medical field. I found technology interested me more. So I chose that path. It changed my life. I went from working just over minimum wage jobs to filing a tax return of over $90k with the worlds best benefits. You have to select a career path that interests you AND that has great potential.
Forget the party life for four years or you will become another statistic. Excel in your education. Employers will seek you rather than visa versa. It worked for me when I graduated at age 42. I was turning down jobs that started at around $60k for entry as I knew my education and skills were worth more.
If you choose the normal path so many college people take of meager grades and a life of partying employers know how to see that. You will be looked over and possibly stuck with a huge debt that will haunt you for years to come.0
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