I am the first to say I only have a high school diploma. I never went to college, but plan to going to school for medical transcription, however life hasn't allowed me to do this yet. I am really busy with 2 kids and it sounds like my MIL will need me to care for her for the rest of her life too, but I will get STNA certified for that.
Just something I've always wondered, since we're all reviewers/editors on here, what's your highest level of education? I'm in grad school and I really want to be able to edit reviews!
I'm graduating with a BSS (Bachelor of Specialized Studies) in Corrections and Social Services in 2 weeks! I'm stopping there though because I'm ready to get the hell out of my mom's house and get a job I WANT to do instead of the one I had that I hated with a passion.
I don't know that level of education has anything to do with being able to edit reviews though...I have seen people with very high levels of education that can't spell worth a damn!
You are so right. You don't need college to write reviews. And as a senior in college I have seen some things that make me shake my head when it comes to work that some people do so college doesn't equal amazing writing skills. College isn't for EVERYONE but it certainly doesn't mean a person is less capable of someone else just because they didn't go!