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So tell us more about you – Education

By johnboy 19 November 2008 49

So, the more we know about RiotACT readers the more advertising we can sell which, in the long run, means more and better content for you to consume and argue about.

Today we’d like to know about the educational achievements of RiotACT readers:

Highest level of education completed?

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farnarkler 10:51 am 29 Nov 08

Finished yr 12 in 1987, eleven years in the plebs and ten years here in UK in private industry. Nothing amazing but kept me off the streets.

p1 12:23 pm 20 Nov 08

Yeah el, I did notice that. Although as JB suggests, you do a TAFE component, so it is essentially a Diploma.

johnboy 11:53 am 20 Nov 08

I’d file a trade certificate under Diploma myself.

el 11:42 am 20 Nov 08

Irrelevant to the poll anyway p1 – trades aren’t deemed as ‘education’ it would seem.

p1 11:34 am 20 Nov 08

The life experience gained by plenty of mechanics during their apprenticeship can be just as limited. As you say, there are a variety of people in every occupational subset of the community

NoAddedMSG 11:17 am 20 Nov 08

I get irritated by people who assume that extended stay at uni = textbook knowledge only/no life experience. Maybe it does for some, but hey, you can find sheltered individuals in all walks of life.

Granny 10:33 am 20 Nov 08

Well, I don’t know how old, do I? You could be in nappies for all I know.


Jim Jones 10:26 am 20 Nov 08

How do you know how old I am, Granny?

It’s the thirtieth anniversary of Jonestown today, so I could be very very old.

Granny 10:16 am 20 Nov 08

I am pretty sure I would have been a class or twenty ahead of you!


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