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How educated are you?

What is your education level (answer your highest only)

  • Doctorate/PhD

    Votes: 1 7.7%
  • Masters Degree or Graduate Degree

    Votes: 3 23.1%
  • Bachelors Degree

    Votes: 2 15.4%
  • Associates Degree

    Votes: 1 7.7%
  • Professional Certification

    Votes: 1 7.7%
  • High School Diploma

    Votes: 4 30.8%
  • GED

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Less than High School equivalency

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Other

    Votes: 1 7.7%

  • Total voters


Creeping On You
I'm picking other. Technically, by society's standards, I only have my highschool education. So on paper, I'm technically unqualified for anything. Thankfully, one's education is a measure of nothing. You can't make any judgements or form any opinions about someone based on their education. How far they got in school, isn't a measure of how intelligent, or how much they know. One's education simply matters to whatever 'job' you might be trying to aim for. Otherwise, what difference does it make how far you got.


Well-Known Member
I have more than enough credits for a bachelor's degree in IT, but I would have to take some classes I have no interest in to get the degree.

If I could be paid to do anything, being a student would be it, but I learn for my pleasure. I joined the military after high school, USAF, in a tech field and have been taking classes in IT ever since. I hold a lot of certifications, but mostly only when paid for by my work. I pay for classes, but I don't care about having letters in my signature, so unless the testing is free, I tend not to bother.
That’s fine. I realized after getting my degree in IT that certifications are much better. Most places of employment view a bachelors in IT as little more than a certification anyway.


Registered Member
Bachelor's in Psych. But I'll be honest, I was just interested in the subject matter, and considered for a hot minute going into research. I could never deal with clinical psychology. But I guess I didn't have the interest for research, I'm working a regular job that doesn't have anything to do with actually applying my degree.