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Windows 7: Graduation

08 Jul 2017   #1

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit SP1

Hello all I hope I am in the right place to post. I am sorry I have not been around much, I just Graduated in May and my mom send to my uncle's for a month in Michigan, nice but I am now home. I am still keeping up with my appointments about loosing my Dad. I am coming along just fine they say oh and I just turned 18. So I hope to be here a lot more, I am thinking about going back to school for computers, mom says I should do something else what do you think.

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08 Jul 2017   #2
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

Hi Danny.

For further education I always recommend pick a field that you enjoy and you can make a good living at.
After the 'good living' is take care of your choices of further education are open to your desires.

To the best of my knowledge the computer field is wide open and their is a lot of competition.
The cream will rise to the top. So if you can be in the cream and rise to the top, it's a good choice in my opinion.
Also remember; to stay on the top their is a constant learning curve.
When I was working as a auto Master Mechanic the schooling and learning never stopped.
One must be willing to keep on top of their continuing education.

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08 Jul 2017   #3
Mellon Head

Win 7 Pro x64/Win 10 Pro x64 dual boot


I can only say that you have to do what you love. If you make a good living at it, so much the better, but above all, you have to enjoy what you do.

But as Jack said, learning doesn't stop when college is finished. It's a lifelong process in good careers, and if you want to stay competitive in the job market, or even just on top of your job, you have to keep learning new techniques and new things. Make yourself indispensable to your employer.

Stay focused on what you do, do it well, and love what you do. You'll be a success in no time.
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