You recently received a letter from a friend asking for an advice about whether to go to college or try to get a job. You think he/she should get a job. Write a letter to this friend . In your letter • Say why he/she would not enjoy going to college • Explain why getting a job is good idea for him/her • Suggest types of job that would be suitable for him/her

Hi John, I got your letter requesting
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my opinion concerning either going to college or getting a job. In my view, I would suggest that you go ahead and get a job. "Why?", You might ask. I have a feeling that you might not enjoy going to college because you won't find anything new to learn. Since I know that you have been learning a lot from all the online courses that you have been taking, so what difference will going to a college make? So, I think you have the right skills and competence to do well if you happen to get a job.
, you have been learning all the while and it's time to get practical with what you've learned so far. Somehow, I know you have been learning some IT skills, so it wouldn't be a bad idea to try out any IT company as a Network Analyst.
, I know you have competency in database administration,
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you can be a Database Administrator because your knowledge of SQL will be handy.
, I don't want you to overthink the issue. You are doing great already, you only need a place to put your skills to work; go for it and make me proud. Do let me know about your final decision. Best wishes, Rotimi
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