- October 9, 2019 at 8:32 am #854036
Im from a contry where you can go to diffrent high schools depending what you wanna do when you finish it but anyway so high school lasts three of four years and i go to culinarry high school.When you finish your 3 years if you pass every year with at leat 3.5 grade you can go to high level and go to school for another two years and then colage.
Now the delema…i have grades to go to forth level but i dont know if i shold just start working when i finish or continue my education. I never liked studiying and never liked school…even after 11 years of school i stil dont know what i wanna do when i gorw up even if i alredy go to school for cooks for 3 years now this fourt level isnt so you can master your cooking skils its a complitley diffrent work and its called HTT and you pratcitly work as a recepsonist if you finis that school so yea.
I need some advice so shold i go or shold i stayOctober 9, 2019 at 8:41 am #854039
What does HTT mean? What country are you in? If we can figure out what your program is it could help us to give advice.
Also, if you do this next year of HTT would you be able to go to college and if you go to college would you get to choose what you wanted to study or are you locked into culinary school at this point? Do you like culinary school?October 9, 2019 at 8:48 am #854040
HTT is like a school that teaches you how to work in the turism and yea if i go to that school i can go to any college and i like cookig but i dont love it and the reson i went to culinary school is bc in my contry cooks have high paycheck so its a win win situation, you go only 3 years to school and can work at 17 and you have money but its very hard and you work a lot like 12 hours a dayOctober 9, 2019 at 8:52 am #854042
Stay in school. It gives you more options for the future.October 9, 2019 at 9:05 am #854044
If you don’t want to work 12 hour days stay in school. While you’re doing your 4th year try to learn about other aspects of tourism or even jobs outside of tourism. It may help you find something you really enjoy. Then (if it’s possible) you could shift your focus to an area you’re more excited about once you’re in college. In other words, use this as an opportunity to lay the groundwork for your future path.October 9, 2019 at 1:01 pm #854069
You should continue with your education so you can polish up some writing skills. I’m serious. It’s hard to follow what you wrote, because your language skills are so weak. I say that with kindness; it’s something that’s very important in any profession. It can make a big difference in how people perceive your professionalism (i.e., how much money you make).October 9, 2019 at 1:08 pm #854072
@FYI Obviously English isn’t her native language. Her language skills may be excellent.October 9, 2019 at 1:10 pm #854073
@FYI it is obvious this is not his first language so i think it’s really rude to say his language skills are weak.October 10, 2019 at 11:05 am #854146
If you don’t want the job that you’ve trained for I’d stay in school and go to college. A 12 hour per day job that you don’t like will be just as draining as school and it will be a dead end that seems hopeless. Go to school to give yourself more choices.