I know the popularity doesn't matter after high school, but who you know will matter for getting a job. is that true? or does popularity really matter?
Most Helpful Girl
Not sure about "popularity", but "networking" sure does matter. You're going to learn that what can make or break someone is not what they know, but who they know.0
Most Helpful Guy
Being popular does give you benefits, because it means more people interact with you and thus you develop your people skills and you can make friends that will help you in the future.0