Have you gone back into education as a mature student?
If you did, what did you study, at what level and why?
Not to school but to Tafe for a waitressing / tourism course and I was chosen for a job because of it.
I also have done a sales course .
It is well worth doing as I left school at 14, needed more skills to work.
I have never gone out of education, I always find different ways and means of educating myself.
I found it a new experience to start in an art class at level zero with kids who were smaller than mine. I was pretty popular, but quit quickly as I ended up doing free daycare service.
Nope I have been immature as far as education is concerned. I think one should be a lifelong student.
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