not the best place to ask for guidance.
he's 20 and his dad tells him that it's too late?
dude some people start their bachelor's degree at 30 and do just fine
what is important is that you don't waste your time, even if you go to uni -> learn, work, develop yourself
not necessarily, depends on the course duration and the skills that you'd acquire I guess
If you're going for something like economics or technology-related I think uni is still worth it
especially considering it's better now than later
"he has to set his life b4 25 or he's done." What does this even mean, his dad's gonna murder him?
If you want it, you can do it easily, it's not too late. If you're doing it just to do it, it's gonna be hard and it won't be worth it. It's up to you.
Prepare, because it's nothing like high school, it's hard, but 100% worth it in the end
Plus it's never too late, I've heard about people who are in their 30s or maybe 40s and still studying to get a 2nd or 3rd degree
Go for it, it's never too late!
My sister is 22 and her classmates are from 21-50 yo, so it's never too late
Dont worry about all this when you are still young and please dont compare others with yourself. people find success at different ages. start from where you are .
best of luck for you future mens : ))
My mom started uni at 21 and it went well for her
if u graduate from uni how much will u earn in ukraine?
Get as many degrees as possible, while you still can.
"since you need a degree to live well. " You don't need a degree to live well. However - university times are really good and fun times. I finish my university this year and I'm so happy I choosed to study.
University is not only about the degree, it's also about friends you make along the way. Depending on your course it can be really helpful in the future.
It's never to late to get a degree mens)) I have few 30-35 yo people in my group and I even heard about 50-55+ yo studying people from my friends
I’ll be 22 next month, and only recently I finally decided what I wanna do in my life
Now I’m a first-year physics student and I really like it.
I’m 2-3 years older than most people from my group but it doesn’t bother me at all
degrees, university, will guarantee you the minimum for a decent life
if you want to succeed in life and become rich, you need to be smart (and lucky) whether you have degrees or not !
its never too late to go to college. its absolutely fine!
Just go for it. Better education -> better job -> more money. (Usually)
better start when you are older than younger .
especially in my country , there´s like no difference if you get a degree or not . waste of time
I think education importance is different in every country
You can be rich with college education in ur country but clean toilets after university in another
Don't think there's an age limit for any sort of education. If you have the money and if you think it's the best for you then age is not a barrier. I have seen people join universities at around 35. There are people that change their careers to a whole different one at around 40. This shouldn't even be a question in the first place. It's all up to you. If you feel like a college education will help you then go for it. Don't even think about what your friends dad told him. Just do what you feel like is the best choice. Plus dude almost everyone I know started their college education after 20. Including me. In my batch their were people who were 25. Starting their university life. As I mentioned forget what your friends dad said. He's just one of a kind person maybe. Best of luck.
I started my bachellor when i was 20 mate, go for it. One of the truest things parents say is It's never too late to study/learn new things
when i was doing my high school exams, for the highest form of it there was a 50 year old partaking, you are helping yourself with education, there is no age limit or there shouldnt be..
honestly.. how tf is 20yo old for an uni?
At least in my country, graduation age from hs is 19. So even if I went this year, right after finishing highshool, I´d turn 20 in the first week of school. Even if its a little different in Ukraine, it cant be THAT different. Doesnt matter if youre 19 or 21 - you´re young, have the same interests, hobbies and sense of humour as people 2 years younger.
teachers went to school and failed in real life so the best job they could get was teaching. Nobody goes to school to teach unless they know they are stupid. a second grade kid could teach first graders, think about it.
It's always good to go to school, but some programs are better than others
I was in a four/five year degree program in Canada, before realizing there's absolutely zero fucking jobs in Canada with a science degree currently
Went to college (diploma in Canada, not sure what it's like in other countries), getting a diploma after one year, and already have interviews for 6-figure jobs
Again this is very Canada focused, but we're in need of trades and pay them extremely well
I'd figure out where you want to live, and see what jobs they are in need of filling there
I also never went to college. im now 35 years and the hype back then wasn't even there. i started workin at car dealer with 16 ship and then became a mechanic with 21 and now i earn more money than all the ppl that finished their masters degree. so ye. if u'r not into college, u shouldn't go, just to fit in society.
Not old man stupid, you can easily keep your head above water as a student with a side job, get a degree, and start a stable and good paying job at 28. And you will be richer than stupid old man at 35.
i was not able to sit still in school, so i decided university is not for me. i worked in restaurant until now. i love the stress, i love the hustle. i need to have physical activity. u should ask urself what u want. no one but u can tell this. i think university is slowly becoming like high school degree. everyone has it, so it will be worthless at one point.
Damn, I think I have the answer for myself here. After all, it's worth to do it for my own sake. Thank you all for the tips. HLTV, never change
better late than never, so yeah, if you only have university to care about go for it, otherwise you should wait until go. I tell this from experience.
wtf ur not too old when ur 20 lul
u can never be too old for uni, its just harder as you get older since you often have larger expenses monthly such as house, car, children etc. Even then its still possible, you might have to work 25% parallell to ur studies but its definately not impossible. 20 is fine for sure.
his old man told him that bullshit because he doesn't want to pay for his tuition lmao
20 is young af, so much time ahead, you are not even expected to know what you want to be, you are still a lost shit
tell him to go study if he wants, that's the best thing a person can do !!! studying and knowledge is gold and will be even more valuable in the future!!!
go to uni, better job, ur parents will no longer be mad when you game 24/7
20 years old is only a 2 year delay lol that's nothing. If you could get through secondary school easily, go to college. If not, you'd be wasting your money as only students with high marks in the most lucrative fields get the good jobs. It would be better to just build up money working a normal adult job (construction and the like) and then buy assets that give you more cash than you spend; easiest would be real estate, but you could also start a business.
Get a degree in management/commerce/finance or tech science (data science, information systems, computer science). I recommend the former, but if you prefer having a fun life in your 20-30 years do the harder degree in tech science.
Since I've already gone this far, I might as well elaborate on why these are the only two good fields. Specialized business degrees have an average starting salary (unless you're an S-tier student in which you would go to financial services such as banking and investment) but have the highest potential salary because there is a huge salary/positional hierarchy and tons of lateral movement from firm to firm after you have experience to get the best benefits, as usually you start with bad hours.
Tech is seen as way better because you work less than 40 hour weeks for a 6-figure salary and you can be offered equity in your company, so if you do well your company does well and your ownership becomes worth more. Thing is that it's hard to get the degree as you have to learn a ton. Just imagine learning 3+ programming languages. It will be worth it if you at least pass and get your degree, though.
As far as I know in Europe (in NA probably too) its pretty normal to go study at any age basically, so go for it
In Russia it's a tragedy if you dont get to uni right after the school for some reason which is kinda fucked as students have much stress about state exam etc
I took a year between my highschool studies & college studies (abroad) and its hard to get back into studying and the will to actually get up early in the mornings but usually colleges/unis dont have as much hours and are more flexible. The only issue I have is that still theres the problem with some people in class work slower so sometimes irl lessons or calls get really boring if I already understand that topic but cant leave because Im obligated to be in class & feel like Im wasting time. Apart from that I dont think the want to learn is something thats restricted to age, its just gonna be tough getting back in the "learning" mentality, since studying is a learnt behaviour that can eventually be forgotten. If that isnt an issue then I would say go for it!
No, you don't need to start doing something at a specific age to become succesful.
No, you don't need a degree to become succesful.
It just makes it easier for the average guy.
If you actually put work in to the thing you want and like, you will likely be succesful.
Also the most important thing to know when wanting to become succesful is:
What is demanded? Where can I work the least for the biggest profit? What would I like to do which also would make profits easy?
Device is out with depression, cuz his girlfriend cheated on him. He moved to Sweden and lived in Sweden to be with her, and even switched to a swedish team.