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Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by StUdY1: 9:05am On Jun 09
Good morning nairalanders

Plz I really need ur advice,i opened a thread last year whether to focus on my skill or continue with education where I got different response to continue with education but now I'm thinking in a different way.
My skill is still there which i'm unable to use here in school, but I found out another source of income(which is LEGIT) but this source clashes with my time table in school

I have to be online from 1:00pm-11:00pm (which is 7:00am-5:00pm over there but sometimes I might jst be online for 3-4hrs and still make better stuffs and jst log out ) to be able to a meet up with things.

I did this last month not up to two weeks and I'm able to make more than 100,000 which i'm very happy
So my main concern now is that is it advisable for me to leave school and focus more on this stuff I'm doing (I'm in 100l and we are in our second semester and lecture started last week which handicapped me from doing this work)

Because it is very impossible for me to be in the lecture hall and be running this stuff because i'm already concluding that I shd jst leave this sch and go rent a small apartment and continue this work I'm doing
So Plss ADVICE is urgently needed for me to know the path to follow so as not to regret later

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by CONTACTSAMSUNG(m): 11:12am On Jun 09
Bros

School is quite necessary you get

Honestly being a graduate in this country is golden.......... It'd take you places you'd never think of

But in all your doing, try and get money too, wish you all the best in life

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by YorubaWarrior: 3:39pm On Jun 09
NEVER drop out of school!

Education is the greatest asset you can ever possess. No one can take it away from you. Money will always be there to be made.
With your education, you're open to a world of limitless and countless opportunities globally!

Again, NEVER drop out of school!

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by snrman(m): 3:39pm On Jun 09
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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by adrian3000(m): 3:39pm On Jun 09
I have been staring at my keypad for over a min now cos i seriously don't know what to type.

Depending on the kind of business u'll want to venture into, forfeiting school temporary might be a very good idea cos las las school in this country is not the key for survival

You can ask those traders at onitsha main market how they roll grin

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Belial06: 3:39pm On Jun 09
Somebody wants to have a career selling gala in traffic and will be beating his wife after going from church to church and they say his failure is from his village

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by namiji2598(m): 3:40pm On Jun 09
ok
Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by ainas247: 3:40pm On Jun 09
smiley Do part-time study, work while you learn.
coming from someone that did the same...

Do you have a business? rank it fast
on Google page 1, chat up

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Dorischuks: 3:40pm On Jun 09
ask seun, dangote, billgate and mark grin grin grin
as for me i don't have experience

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Georgekyrian(m): 3:40pm On Jun 09
You still dey seek Nairaland solution, Gy money need to be made school or no school

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Donbosco46: 3:40pm On Jun 09
You dey go school to make money if na me follow money na money be fine Bobo

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by SimSify(m): 3:41pm On Jun 09
He who wears the shoe knows if it fits.

you should know what you want.. don't come here and start disturbing us..

If you a Christian ask the Holy Spirit..

A Muslim you are on your own oo..

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by chukzyfcbb: 3:41pm On Jun 09
U will still need education to be wealthy.
Self education this time not the formal one

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Faber(m): 3:41pm On Jun 09
Go and make money

thank me later

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by namiji2598(m): 3:41pm On Jun 09
CONTACTSAMSUNG:
Bros

School is quite necessary you get

Honestly being a graduate in this country is golden.......... It'd take you places you'd never think of

But in all your doing, try and get money too, wish you all the best in life
what are u saying sirI think money can take u places and nt school

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Twirelex: 3:41pm On Jun 09
drop out without thinking twice

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by wagazala: 3:42pm On Jun 09
Defer your admission for a year and see how far this biz goes. Perhaps by then you might have understood what direction you want to face.
Your education cannot afford less than 100% commitment. But you could be educated either way.

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Esomchi800(m): 3:42pm On Jun 09
Bro what's this skill can u put me through

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by chakula(m): 3:42pm On Jun 09
Contact a Facebook Founder. He has a lot to tells you.
Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Corrosiveman(m): 3:42pm On Jun 09
Skul na scam

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Ajsimon(m): 3:42pm On Jun 09
First comment on nairaland
Been a guest for 9 months
Plz welcome me.

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by dingbang(m): 3:43pm On Jun 09
Essence of going to school is to make money and you are making it already . whatelse?

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by olamil34(m): 3:43pm On Jun 09
StUdY1:
Good morning nairalanders

Plz I really need ur advice,i opened a thread last year whether to focus on my skill or continue with education where I got different response to continue with education but now I'm thinking in a different way.
My skill is still there which i'm unable to use here in school, but I found out another source of income(which is LEGIT) but this source clashes with my time table in school

I have to be online from 1:00pm-11:00pm (which is 7:00am-5:00pm over there but sometimes I might jst be online for 3-4hrs and still make better stuffs and jst log out ) to be able to a meet up with things.

I did this last month not up to two weeks and I'm able to make more than 100,000 which i'm very happy
So my main concern now is that is it advisable for me to leave school and focus more on this stuff I'm doing (I'm in 100l and we are in our second semester and lecture started last week which handicapped me from doing this work)

Because it is very impossible for me to be in the lecture hall and be running this stuff because i'm already concluding that I shd jst leave this sch and go rent a small apartment and continue this work I'm doing
So Plss ADVICE is urgently needed for me to know the path to follow so as not to regret later

What do you do if i may ask.

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by deltateam: 3:44pm On Jun 09
Op can't you teach someone to handle it for you and the two of you can split the profit 50:50

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Ardar(f): 3:44pm On Jun 09
If I had this skill you have, I wouldn't have wasted four years and counting in school.

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Mustsucceed: 3:44pm On Jun 09
StUdY1:
Good morning nairalanders

Plz I really need ur advice,i opened a thread last year whether to focus on my skill or continue with education where I got different response to continue with education but now I'm thinking in a different way.
My skill is still there which i'm unable to use here in school, but I found out another source of income(which is LEGIT) but this source clashes with my time table in school

I have to be online from 1:00pm-11:00pm (which is 7:00am-5:00pm over there but sometimes I might jst be online for 3-4hrs and still make better stuffs and jst log out ) to be able to a meet up with things.

I did this last month not up to two weeks and I'm able to make more than 100,000 which i'm very happy
So my main concern now is that is it advisable for me to leave school and focus more on this stuff I'm doing (I'm in 100l and we are in our second semester and lecture started last week which handicapped me from doing this work)

Because it is very impossible for me to be in the lecture hall and be running this stuff because i'm already concluding that I shd jst leave this sch and go rent a small apartment and continue this work I'm doing
So Plss ADVICE is urgently needed for me to know the path to follow so as not to regret later
...are you aware that we have federal universities such unilag,ice,Ibadan ,uni maid,abu zaria who offer distance learning accredited by Nuc and no one can discriminate ?..so you can decide to study and do business you fit even choose open university

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by temiitayo(m): 3:45pm On Jun 09
Well I’m in your shoes. I just finished from uni and I started my company as a side hustle but now I’m earning over 300K a month and getting more clients that I’ve employed 3 more people. The issue is I applied for Unilag (just for applying sake) and I gained admission for Msc. My uncle has paid for it but it’s really clashing with my work. I’m really confused right now

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Nobody: 3:45pm On Jun 09
CONTACTSAMSUNG:
Bros

School is quite necessary you get

Honestly being a graduate in this country is golden.......... It'd take you places you'd never think of

But in all your doing, try and get money too, wish you all the best in life
school is golden in which country? I would have been a very big boy if I had not yield in to family pressure to get a degree first.
after the degree, I still have to go back to doing the same thing instead of earning peanut as salary.
my advice for mr poster is to get the money now and get degree later. you can a degree at any age in life

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by SimSify(m): 3:45pm On Jun 09
Ajsimon:
First comment on nairaland Been a guest for 9 months Plz welcome me.

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Re: Pursuing Money Vs Education: Should I Drop Out Of School? by Georgekyrian(m): 3:45pm On Jun 09
Baba is still the same thing I’m facing currently, online job + school , without school I focus with school I lose focus and bet me me - money = depression.. so recently I took the bold step of suspending school for now and follow it spiritually because I’m almost done. And next month I will be relocating outside the State of my school.. Life for you

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