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Going back to school at 30 years old
This is something I've been considering lately altough I haven't made my decision yet. The reason this has been on my mind is than I am dissastified with my current employement and I feel like my lack of college degree is holding me back from improving my situation in life.
I'm currently a security guard. I like the actual job but the pay kind of sucks to be honest and the irregular work hours are starting to take a toll on me. I could do the same job for almost twice the pay by moving back to northern Alberta but that would imply moving away from my familly and being all lonely again. This is something I wish to avoid. I'm much happier home than I was over they're.
I did go to university for one year back in '03-'04 after completing 2 years of CÉGEP
but it was a failure. Back then I didn't had the neccesary work ethic and maturity to suceed. I'm fairly confident than I do have that maturity now.
However, I'm afraid of being quite rusty after not going to school for nearly a decade. Also 3 years is a big commitement that shouldn't be made lightly.
Toughts / advice?
"You won't destroy us, You won't destroy our democracy. We are a small but proud nation. No one can bomb us to silence. No one can scare us from being Norway. This evening and tonight, we'll take care of each other. That's what we do best when attacked'' - Jens Stoltenberg