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While you were in high school, you might have thought about going to college. Maybe you had reasons you couldn’t start your college studies at the time. Perhaps you decided to marry your childhood sweetheart and put off college.
Another possibility is that you just didn’t enjoy going to high school that much. College didn’t occur to you because you barely made it through high school. The goals were to get a job and live independently.
Regardless of the reasons, 5, 10, or even 15+ years have passed. You’ve built career experience, but you may have hit a ceiling.