Dropouts And Graduates: Is College Worth It?

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  • Not mobilefreak 11

    who else is in middle school thinking about how they are going to be lost

  • The Kazoo Queen
    The Kazoo Queen Day ago

    "I don't know why I went to college and it wasn't for me, therefore it should be free because of people like me" this is insane logic

  • Sophia McNamara
    Sophia McNamara Day ago

    Damn the Asian dude is hot

  • water hosh
    water hosh Day ago

    Just asked a question to my mom (I’m Filipino btw) if I really needed to go to college when I grow up and she said “yes, ofc how will u get a job then?”. Then I said that a lot of really successful people were drop outs or didn’t go to college and we literally argued and now I’m grounded ;((

  • Tony Campbell
    Tony Campbell 2 days ago

    Trade school

  • Henry Craven
    Henry Craven 2 days ago

    The only Chinese drop-out who's ever existed haha.

  • Nathaly Kim
    Nathaly Kim 3 days ago +1

    6:22 that "wow" reminded me so much of Peter Parker (with Tom Holland) and then I realized his name is Peter, whaaat

  • Madison Munoz
    Madison Munoz 4 days ago

    @ 2:17 if all of her tuition was paid for... how would she still have debt? Just curious if anyone knows how that works

  • С И
    С И 4 days ago

    I have met a lot of people are educated and know what they want without college degree. It is not about that diploma, I cab still feel of a person is poorly developed. I am personally more afraid of being less than I can be, which may or may not be related to college.

  • Aba Carter
    Aba Carter 4 days ago

    I’m mad that the drop outs have better style than the graduates.

  • Tabbz8645
    Tabbz8645 4 days ago

    I went to college for Veterinary medicine. I dropped out due to a mental breakdown. I now run 3 businesses and make 3x as much as I would if I would have graduated. College is too overpriced. It's not an investment anymore it's a scam.

  • it's joke
    it's joke 5 days ago +2

    Maybe it's just me, but the dropouts all look younger and more attractive just in an aesthetic viewpoint?

  • Abitamim Bharmal
    Abitamim Bharmal 5 days ago

    They should have gotten a computer scientist from San Francisco who paid 100K for their degree to come in. There would be a different perspective of getting a useful degree

  • Logan W
    Logan W 5 days ago

    Mad respect to my man calling them out off rip

  • Twizzy Flizzy
    Twizzy Flizzy 6 days ago +1

    What yall dont understand is,this educational programs are a set up,programming you to take orders and reasonings withouth questioning.
    Atta to all those who dropped out and sneaked back in highschool

  • Cather Kamala
    Cather Kamala 6 days ago

    The editing is kind of fucked up 😅

  • TheVikingsCentral
    TheVikingsCentral 6 days ago

    These people make me cringe.

  • DarkLight
    DarkLight 7 days ago +1

    When ever I hear people saying that they like to go to college for certain degrees like psychology, liberal arts, art. I'm always convinced to tell them you are just building up debt but then again don't wanna be that asshole who puts down someone's passion.

  • Akari Kohashi
    Akari Kohashi 7 days ago

    3:50 But the robot takeover...

  • Kazia Moua
    Kazia Moua 7 days ago

    Whether you went or not, do whatever that makes you happy

  • Saussinati Beats
    Saussinati Beats 7 days ago

    what's success? success is meeting your goal or goals. if my goal is to run 10k and i do it, then i succeeded..

  • Natalie Rivas
    Natalie Rivas 7 days ago

    I think everyone going to college is a good thing. They don’t all necessarily need to get a bachelors but just an associates would be good. Even if they just wanna do vocational work or hard labor work because that way they call always do something else on the side or continue their education if they want to. Also, we’d have more informed voters!! And a more informed population as a whole.

  • Tiffany Xiong
    Tiffany Xiong 7 days ago


  • Nix
    Nix 7 days ago

    "Free College" isn't free someone aka tax payers would pay it and it would be massive

  • Ben *Clank* Simmons
    Ben *Clank* Simmons 7 days ago +1

    The problem is, too many people think going to some high class university is the best choice all the time. For some, it may be but it’s not the only option. Go to a smaller, 2-year, school. At the end, you’re goal shouldn’t be to make the most money, but to be happy at what you’re doing because that itself equates to a higher earning potential

  • MASTER Compilations
    MASTER Compilations 7 days ago +1

    They are so respectful to each other I love it
    Usually having this discussion college graduates feel they are above everyone

  • Jesus Christ
    Jesus Christ 7 days ago

    Wait hold up, this dude said “if everyone had their faces in books, there wouldnt be anyone to fix your cars” he does know you have to have a degree to become a mechanic right?

  • Genesis Ansbro
    Genesis Ansbro 7 days ago

    Do people ever turn to USclip for personal growth? Maybe it’s because I’m a girl but there’s so much hype on things that don’t matter in this world, like the next skin care line, the next 1000th shade of lipstick..

  • Billy Boy
    Billy Boy 7 days ago

    my asian brother tho

  • hungry pete goes yeet

    Some people domt wanna be stereotypical and go to college

  • Miss Hitomi
    Miss Hitomi 8 days ago +4

    School is not worth it. if you find something you love, just pursue it. -A graduate with a master's unable to find a job

  • Yo Yo
    Yo Yo 8 days ago

    Oh my god the guy in the white hat 😍

  • Marcus Moscoso
    Marcus Moscoso 8 days ago

    shoutout to Anya wearing the 3rd eye pinecone. if you know, you know

  • jesse warfield
    jesse warfield 9 days ago

    Let’s get a highschool drop outs version

  • literarynessie
    literarynessie 9 days ago

    Everything you want to learn besides what you learn from a PhD is on the internet or in the library for free. You can also get certified for so many things for a lower cost overall. I think the only point to going to college in this economy is to get a Master's. It's ridiculous how some very learnable jobs that shouldn't require any formal education want you to have 10 years of experience right out of college.

  • jacre820
    jacre820 9 days ago

    Its no difference between graduates and dropouts honestly

  • Jero
    Jero 9 days ago

    Question: "What should I do with my life after graduation?"
    Answer: The Bible is full of encouragement for us, helping us to understand how important we are to God and offering plain counsel on how we should live (e.g., John 3:16; Zephaniah 3:17; 1 Peter 5:6-7; Psalm 86:15; Philippians 2:1-11; Colossians 3:17, 23). The Bible helps us understand and make sense of our relationships, our work, our school, and the like. When confronted with natural times of transition such as graduating from high school or college, changing jobs, or moving to a new community, we can have confidence that God cares and is attending to our needs. More importantly, we can have assurance that God draws near to us when we draw near to Him (James 4:8). The short answer to the question of what you should do after graduation is “draw near to God,” but it takes a little context for that advice to make sense.
    It is okay to not have all the answers. Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived (1 Kings 3:3-15; 4:30; 10:1-9), raised many questions in the book of Ecclesiastes, answered most of them, and then offered a final conclusion about life. He said that all people should “fear God and keep his commandments, for this is the duty of all mankind” (Ecclesiastes 12:13). To fear God is to have great reverence for Him. It is to approach Him like the King that He is (Ecclesiastes 5:1), but also to believe that He is a loving father (Luke 15). When we draw near to God through reading the Word and prayer, He reveals to us who He is and what He does; then we can understand what His will is for the world and for us. By drawing near to God we can learn what we should do next.
    Jesus invites us to understand what it means to trust Him. He says to us all, “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light” (Mathew 11:28-30). He wants us to come to Him. He knows we are tired and anxious. He knows well enough to give us what we need. He uses the imagery of a yoke, a large wooden harness that holds two animals side by side, to help us understand that He is with us. A yoke enables two animals, oxen or horses or cattle, to pull together in the same direction. It is normal to have an older and wiser animal paired with a younger, untested animal so that the older can carry the larger burden while teaching the younger how to succeed. This is how Jesus is with us. He makes our yoke light by pulling most of the weight Himself.
    Not only do we have this invitation to be with Jesus, but we also have been given freedom to live freely (Galatians 5:1; James 1:25), we have been given the mind of Christ to help us make decisions (1 Corinthians 2:16), and we have been given the Holy Spirit to guide us and teach us (John 16:13). These provisions from God are intended to provide us with a knowledge of who He is and what He does and to guide us in how we can respond.
    If you want to know what you should do after graduation, consider the love of God revealed in His statements about who you are and who you are designed to be. You have been created by God with great care and wonder, all the days of your life are designed by God, and He thinks often and well of you (Psalm 139:13-18). You have the fingerprints of God all over you, having been created as His workmanship, designed to do good works (Ephesians 2:10). So go and do.
    You have been designed to do good works for God’s glory and to help other people. Consider this: Jesus and His adoptive earthly father were carpenters. Many followers of Jesus were fishermen. Others were tent makers, tax collectors, Roman soldiers, and Jewish leaders. There is no right profession, and, so long as it is not a question of morality, there is no wrong one. Thus, as you are considering what you might do after graduation-whether you should take this job or that one, move to a new city or stay in your home town, continue in school or start a small business-seek out the answer that positions you to best be able to love God by loving others.
    Practically speaking, take the following steps: first and most importantly, read the Bible and pray. Talk to God and receive His wise counsel. Draw near to Him. Second, seek the counsel of those who love God and love you. Their advice matters a great deal (Proverbs 15:22). Third, reflect on the past and make a list of the times you have been invited to serve others, maybe to lead a Bible study or help someone with his schoolwork, or to be the captain of a sports team, sing at a wedding, or write for a blog. This will help you to learn what other people believe you are good at. Fourth, make a list of whom you love to love. Do you cry when you see a homeless man? Do you want to save high school students from peer pressure? Do you wish it were possible that ladies in nursing homes never felt lonely? These and similar questions about God and other people will help you discover that it is not necessarily about what you should do, but rather whom you could serve. Somewhere in there is the beginning of the road you are seeking.
    What should you do with your life after you graduate? Live your life before God with great reverence for who He is and what He does, and then go and love others. Give yourself permission to make mistakes, trusting that God works all things for the good of those who love Him, those who are called by Him (Romans 8:28). And, whatever you do, be reminded of this: “Unless the LORD builds the house, the builders labor in vain” (Psalm 127:1).

  • Amani ibrahim
    Amani ibrahim 9 days ago

    Ok someone get that Instagram of the black dude and Asian dude 😌

  • Amani ibrahim
    Amani ibrahim 9 days ago +3

    The black dude and Asian dude 🤷🏾‍♀️🥰👀👀 they look SOO FINE. Ugh I’m to loud but it ok🤩🥰😍😣

  • The Opinionist
    The Opinionist 9 days ago

    Now and days these degrees become worthless over time due to too many people going to/attempting college. How I see it is like this...
    High school diploma = worthless
    Associate degree = high school diploma
    Bachelor degree = associate degree
    Master degree = bachelor degree

  • LucasArg
    LucasArg 10 days ago

    They're all great, best group ever

  • Ulises Flores
    Ulises Flores 10 days ago +7

    Absolutely nobody:
    White college girl: I need a chair tatted on my arm!!

    • Solange Parker
      Solange Parker 3 days ago

      @Lisa Gehrig 🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Lisa Gehrig
      Lisa Gehrig 7 days ago

      @Esa Puntch "this arm is sponsored by ikea"

    • Lisa Gehrig
      Lisa Gehrig 7 days ago

      @Esa Puntch "chairs lifes matter!"

    • Lisa Gehrig
      Lisa Gehrig 7 days ago

      @Esa Puntch "you are welcome to sit on my arm"

    • Esa Puntch
      Esa Puntch 8 days ago

      Ulises Flores What does this even mean..?

  • Nepthu
    Nepthu 10 days ago

    Most college graduates are female. The dynamic here is interesting because most dropouts are men and yet no one cares.

  • Ailester Krowley
    Ailester Krowley 10 days ago

    She has a chair on her arm, like the chair she’s sitting on. What does this mean?

  • Adel The Kid
    Adel The Kid 10 days ago

    This is one of the ones where everyone is a decent person lol

  • Adel The Kid
    Adel The Kid 10 days ago

    The white girls are cute

  • JJ
    JJ 10 days ago

    What was her major that didn't get her a higher paying position after the degree?

  • JJ
    JJ 10 days ago

    Yes if you have a plan

  • Mars Ultor
    Mars Ultor 10 days ago

    I wonder whether jubilee crew were upset that this was literally the most chill group to find middle ground 😂 no conflict, every one of them knows that college is a choice thing

  • hyder traboulsi
    hyder traboulsi 10 days ago

    I am 10 and I wnat to go to Harvard I feel like College is worth it and you get a more successful life with college but college is ot for some people

  • dandandragon
    dandandragon 11 days ago

    Steve Jobs entered the chat

  • manzaza
    manzaza 11 days ago

    The most wholesome middle ground I've watched. They're just like friends from High School who went to reunion to talk about their life after all these years.

  • brockjohnson100
    brockjohnson100 11 days ago

    Wait wait wait, "I'm dabbling in a bunch of things because I don't know what I want to do" followed by, "I quit 3 classes early to pursue my goal". Tf.

  • Steven Lee
    Steven Lee 12 days ago

    You can't find your path if you go to a community, state, or public college or university. Simply put, they do not get the funding to have a wide array of courses to find that "interest". Hence why college is a waste of time unless you pay for that private tuition.

  • Richie Lew
    Richie Lew 12 days ago

    college holding you back when you had 3 days left? you pay all that money just to drop out 3 days before getting your degree??? bruh shouldve just taken the degree then complain about it lol

  • Richie Lew
    Richie Lew 12 days ago

    omg thats peter sudarso lol blue power ranger haha.

  • marcus4489074
    marcus4489074 12 days ago

    The more people go to college, the less valuable a degree is. Also the less effective the education is because the standards for professors will go lower and lower as demand for them skyrockets. Debt will also skyrocket, like ot already is, and the economy will suffer.

  • Bella Parker
    Bella Parker 12 days ago +8

    What if you did “do all (one zodiac sign) ‘s think the same?

  • Hot Cheetos
    Hot Cheetos 12 days ago

    Only graduated high school, I’m 23 and make Average of $53000, I live in Houston and have a nice apt in uptown district, no debt I do work hard but it pays off and I see my progression in life and my 401k is racking pretty good where I see myself retiring at 50 .

  • Levi Hammer
    Levi Hammer 12 days ago

    "I had three classes before I graduated, and I was liiiiikeeee, might as well throw away my money"

  • TTG Gaming
    TTG Gaming 12 days ago +4

    The question isnt if college is worth it
    The question is what are you majoring in and do you actually care about that field.
    A STEM degree will get a lot better return on investment than and English degree or degree in "Gender Studies"

  • Maneesha Meyer
    Maneesha Meyer 12 days ago

    Isn't Peter a power ranger from the series

  • Michelle R
    Michelle R 13 days ago

    I have to disagree on college invests your career because yes it does, but with doctors at the age of above 50 might have to still pay off their debts and loans. I would NOT want to live like that. That doesn’t seem good at all.

  • Michelle R
    Michelle R 13 days ago

    Not knowing what to do with your life is SCARY and people go to college because of it. I wish college was like a club? There’s SO much stigma on college is good for you, get you education, a good job. But it doesn’t always. It sometimes ISN’T the right education. I’ve seen higher paying jobs with people NOT in college. And for the mental health it IS pressuring.

  • True Speight
    True Speight 13 days ago

    If everyone went to college but it would become useless. : it already is. Now you have too have atleast an associate degree to work a phone. You complete a bachelors degree to have the same degree as multiple others for the CHANCE of a job. (That won’t be able to pay off your debt btw) not to mention you can take that same amount of money, invest into a business or online courses.

  • Hayes Hancock
    Hayes Hancock 13 days ago

    *all step forward for free college* well obviously we have a bunch of ignorant socialists

  • Aaron Ray
    Aaron Ray 13 days ago

    Millennials are clearly way cooler than the rest.

  • Infinito Beats
    Infinito Beats 13 days ago

    Ive got my Bachelors degree and I learned more on my own than in those 3 years.

  • Mira B
    Mira B 14 days ago

    I’m twelve rn (so I can’t be in college) but I do plan to go to college, just because it feels like the right path for me, but you can be successful and smart even if college isn’t for you

  • Mira B
    Mira B 14 days ago +1

    I love Anya and Peter💗

  • Gravegod
    Gravegod 14 days ago

    *"Education is the key to success"* success comes with hard work. You can be a great person without extra education

  • Nao chan
    Nao chan 14 days ago

    the situation of the American educational system is sad to put it in one word , where the cost is too high , quality is too low and useability in outside world its pratically non existent . majority of people think of it as something that pull them away from the life and the person they want to be, where in europe ( from majority of the people i spoke with in this topic ) said think regardless of what path or goal u follow in life a higher education must be included and without it you're not that far from being illiterate , which i partially agree with cause a degree doesn't equal education , however the amount of people that take the responsibility to educate them selves without any external help is very small , and majority will end up being being like apes in human clothing , not being able to do middle school math or follow an ikea manual to build a small table without it .

  • Casey Foose
    Casey Foose 14 days ago

    I love how calm and just respectful they are to one another. All trying to achieve their happiness

  • Lifewithtink’s World

    2:09 😂😂 “I’m broke”

  • tomas serrano
    tomas serrano 15 days ago +1

    I'm team Dropouts

  • finalPattern
    finalPattern 15 days ago

    Your bachelors degree doesn't get you a higher paying job because the side of your head is shaved.

  • finalPattern
    finalPattern 15 days ago

    Is the bearded guy with the hat on drunk?

  • Pale Zombie
    Pale Zombie 15 days ago +1

    Setting a goal for yourself and achieving that goal is what it’s all about.

  • Vicky12345
    Vicky12345 15 days ago

    They should do anti abortion vs pro abortion

  • VegetaLover 100
    VegetaLover 100 16 days ago

    People who didn’t go to college>College dropouts
    Honestly they’re the bottom of the barrel

  • sketchy ghoul
    sketchy ghoul 16 days ago

    I'm being spied on...

  • Janis Creció
    Janis Creció 16 days ago

    Why is everyone so handsome? Wtf

  • seraph1er
    seraph1er 17 days ago

    The girl with curly hair is so hot

  • saa a
    saa a 17 days ago

    Btw school was made for making people work in factorys when school started and it still is so its not really teaching you the future or present its preparing you for the past

  • Malia Mills
    Malia Mills 18 days ago

    The education/college system is so corrupt. As a student athlete trying to get into college myself, every single move and choice I have made and will make for the next year will determine how much scholarship $ I will get to go to a college and if I will even be able to get admitted academically. Standardized testing/the college board don't think about how individual's learn differently. It's a right/left brain thing. Some people can get math or they can't some can write well some can't. And to make students do subjects completely useless to their future on the same level of testing within classes makes learning an unfair field of education. Not to mention how expensive and difficult it is to get into colleges when everyone knows it gives people a better advantage of a higher paying job for going to a prestigious/well known college. Someone can go to an Ivy League and flunk out/graduate and learn absolutely nothing and an art student who went to junior college and to art school can learn so much more and make so many more connections. Why is prestige something kids have to worry about due to judgement/fear of unemployment? Why is a necessity priced as a luxury? Why are percentage rates for admittance so much lower and percentages for drop outs/failed students so much higher? I can sense a lawsuit coming for the college board really quick with all of the cheating scandals- the fact that people are paying to cheat their kids into college speaks volumes in itself.

  • shadowbanned
    shadowbanned 18 days ago

    I've got 6 years at 2 different colleges. Almost 60 now. No degree.. FYI. It's not worth it. Find something you are interested in and find someone doing that and learn from them. Unless you are gonna be a teacher or Dr. there is no reason to waste your time learning all the other crap you will never use.. If you want to learn more. Then just start looking online and learning. but that piece of paper and the money you spent to get it is not worth it.

  • Jen Has Bananas
    Jen Has Bananas 18 days ago

    We’re here because of our parents that doesn’t mean we’re here for them. Our lives were their choice that does not mean we have to live the way they want us to. We’re here to live our lives the way we want to. Also the Asian guy is fit 😍
    I’d also like to add I never went to college (even though it’s free) I just wanted to go straight into work. I started working at 16 and don’t regret not going to college. It definitely isn’t for everyone.

  • Krystal Ayala
    Krystal Ayala 18 days ago

    I was both at some point. The only reason that I felt like I had finish was because I wanted to make a good life for my mom and child. I feel like degrees are necessary for certain majors (Like the medical field) but I don’t think it’s a necessity.

  • Mel T
    Mel T 18 days ago +6

    The guy in the grey sweater looks like Steve Lacy’s brother

  • Homo Faggins
    Homo Faggins 19 days ago

    College should not be free, because nothing is free in life. I agree it is way too damn expensive, but you can thank subsidized loans for that. Colleges know that they are going to get their money, so they can jack up the price.

  • Tony Francis Degan
    Tony Francis Degan 19 days ago

    why do people think college should be free i don't understand that. we complain because a high school diploma doesn't get people far enough in the workforce, that it's not as valuable anymore, and that people need college degrees to be able to rise above competing employees.

    the solution to this is to strengthen middle school and high school again, and still leave college as an investment. it does not escape the rules of supply and demand. don't people think that if you flood the market with people that all have college degrees (just like it is now with high school grads), then the next inevitable step would be that employers will be choosing those above that threshold, like master's earners and doctorate students? then of course, people will say "Grad school needs to be free!!"

    long story short, you devalue the competitive advantage of a college degree when it is more accessible, which will lead employers to push for a higher bar of employees who have master's and doctorates, leaving people essentially in the same place.

    restructure primary education, strengthen it by teaching college level courses in high school (like many asian countries do), and then leave college and grad school for specialization. dang, i need to run for office haha.

  • Anoushe Shakaib
    Anoushe Shakaib 19 days ago

    This was a great batch of people. So nice and understanding

  • Shawn Smith
    Shawn Smith 19 days ago +8

    Formal Education - What School & College teach you
    Self Education - What you teach yourself & Experience
    Totally different

  • Eiffel Tower
    Eiffel Tower 19 days ago

    It's creating jobs for intellectuals who have spent so many years in study and research. How do they pass on their years of sacrifice. Sitting in front of lecturers for 3 yrs is outraged.

  • Ashley Marie
    Ashley Marie 20 days ago +2

    anybody else get a grad related ad before this?😂

  • James Hickman
    James Hickman 20 days ago

    2:50 I think it would not become useless, I would be all for everyone going to college and those who actually care about their academics will succeed later in life, but those who went just to get a higher pay, will suffer as they will have no interest and will most likely be undereducated in the field they pursue.

  • James Hickman
    James Hickman 20 days ago

    My school has implemented proficiency based grading, which is a way to stop people from just barley coasting through high school. You have to learn stuff and legitimately prove you’ve learned by having to retain info for long periods of time. (Taking a test on something you leaned 6 months prior). The high school graduation rate will be much lower but the collage acceptance rate will be much higher.

  • brando vasquez
    brando vasquez 20 days ago +1

    I'm also a dropout, I dropped out because my mother was receiving welfare and the older your kids get the less money you'll receive so, that's what was happening with us. So I was 16 when I found my first job, I was dishwashing for $8 an hour under the table and I was making pretty good money and I said to my self "if I put more time onto this job I could make $650 a week" and at the time that was a lot of money for me. And yeah life has been great so far, I stopped working as a dishwasher and I am now working as a foodrunner and I'm doing way better than my 9ld job. And I'm planning on flipping houses in the future. We have two houses on our names, earning our money fairly. By the age of 30-35 we will be very successful and happy. The journey is just beginning and I am 18 right now.

  • Yeet Street
    Yeet Street 20 days ago

    If you get a useless degree, then you probably won't get higher pay

  • Johannes
    Johannes 21 day ago

    The one guy and girl that get each other i can relate to. I'm good at many things so I do not only focus on one thing