D is a tire salesman.
He is a chemist. And while that may sound impressive, he says it's a dead end job (no career advancement).
I'm with you: As long as the job makes the man happy, then, it's fine by me.
I'm not really that interested in what a guy does for a living, but their educational background does for some strange reason. I guess it's because I was raised to always study study study. lol.
Mr. Pooh is a Vehicle Readiness Coordinator for our city's transportation system.
<<"I used to be an "education snob". I was big on people who had college degrees and could use you're and your properly. My college BFF's husband never went to college until recently and I never thought twice about it.
During my self-imposed exile, I realized that the level of education didn't matter, if a person was basically good and moral and gainfully employed." >>
I whole-heartedly agree. I was an education snob, too, but learned my lesson the hard way.
My husband has his GED and only a few college classes under his belt. College wasn't his thing.
My dad only has a high school education but he knows more than many people with a college degree and he is definitely one of the smarted people I know.
A college diploma may mean a person passed the class but it doesn't mean he or she knows anything. Education doesn't have to be done formally in the classroom. Living life is education enough alone.
I'm the youngest of four children.