I struggled in school because the material was just so painful, so many readings! But the worst part was not that, the worst part is how muddled and exhausted my brain felt when I was done. I don't want to go through that for the rest of my life.
But now I am wondering if I am overestimating how 'difficult' the work will be once I start full-time.
Most Helpful Guy
For the vast majority of jobs out there, you don't even need a grade school education. You don't need to be able to do any kind of math, and you barely have to be able to read at all.
In the "professional" sphere, you'll find that you DO need your education, but it's not your education or lack thereof that makes or breaks your experience with the real world -- it's the politics and all the unwritten rules of society.
If you put any effort at all into education yourself, you'll do fine (with respect to your education and academic knowledge).
But beware, the real world is a bitch for reasons nobody is willing to tell you about.1
Most Helpful Girl
Very complex since when your adult you can't depend on anyone for help or money or anything. In school with your parents you have to advatage to be around love ones!0