Seniors go to the workforce after high school

Recognizing those students who chose to chase their dreams right after high school

Senior Marshal Ryan wears a hard hat at school and a hard hat after graduation.

Harrison Orr

Senior Marshal Ryan wears a hard hat at school and a hard hat after graduation.

Sebastian Otness, Staff Reporter

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College isn’t always for everyone, so some decide to just go to work. People just like to go through thirteen years of school and not keep going because they are worn out of going to school.  

“I don’t need it for what I want to do with my life,” senior Austin Lucas said.

Many people don’t need to go to college to be able to have the future they want. People’s dream jobs don’t always need to be accomplished with going to college.

People don’t always get their dream job, so some just settle for actual jobs that could possibly lead to becoming their dream. It all just takes time.

Senior Marshal Ryan said his hope of a job is being an HVAC technician. Ryan said his dream job is “making money for sitting on my bum”. But isn’t that everyone’s dream? It would be so nice to make money for doing nothing.

People don’t need college to get jobs it might just take longer, but that’s always okay.

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