According to a new survey, a majority of business owners do not have a college degree.
- 5% – did not complete high school
- 20% – high school or G.E.D.
- 14% – Associate’s degree
- 17% – some college
- 26% – college graduate
- 18% – post-graduate degree
This works just fine if a person owns a business and never needs to go back into the workforce and get a job.
But if they do change their career path and want to go work for someone else, things can be tricky because most high-demand jobs require that four-year degree.
One bad thing about college … When you’re in school, you’re not earning money.
Instead you’re spending it on tuition. People who skip school and start building a business have a four-year head start on the college kids. Even more of a head start if you consider the debt the college kids have to pay back.
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