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Deciding What To Do With My Life

When I started thinking about college, I knew that I wouldn't fit in. It just seemed so stuffy and unnatural, and I knew that there was a chance I would be wasting some money on partying. However, I knew that I wanted to do something different than work as a grocery store cashier, which is why I started talking with my uncle about trade school. He explained that trade school was a great way to get into a career, without spending hours and hours in the classroom. He also explained that I would be working with my hands, which I thought was great. Check out this blog for more information about how trade school could help you.



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