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What Is Happening To Billionaires Who Didn't Go to College
55 School Drop Out Billionaires Without College Degree
That may be true for some, but for a select few in this world, they just seem to have what it takes to make millions, even billions, without any type of degree to their name. It starts with an idea and that idea develops into a plan that leads to a successful business, product or company that takes off and makes the developer or owner very wealthy. There are several billionaires that have never finished college. Some have started college, spent some time studying, and ultimately dropped out to pursue their dream. And they have gone on to build an enormous net worth for themselves. Here is a list of 20 billionaires who have dropped out of college; some you are already familiar with, while others may surprise you. Howard Hughes is one of the most recognizable names when you talk about the wealthiest people in the US.
College really pushes you to your limits. Pulling all nighters, having multiple assignments due on one day, managing an unreasonable workload, crazy deadlines and just unimaginable stress. If you own a company that is worth billions of dollars you're going to need to know how to meet unreasonable deadlines, have high expectations you must meet, collaborating with a group of people and working with their skills, pull all nighters working and of course handle copious amounts of stress. You're doing these things for years at college you eventually become a natural at it! Also the report only applies to bachelor's degrees, no "no" degrees, so it may or may not be functionally true that they have no formal education they just may have associates in something or another which could have sparked their idea.
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Some of the self-made billionaires on the Forbes Richest Americans List have something in common: they either did not go to college, or they dropped out of college. Others argue that education is vital, that albeit the lack of entrepreneur-focused training in some institutions, entrepreneurs can still use the formal training. Still there are some who stress this kind of training for entrepreneurs: something you could call entrepreneurial street smartsa willingness to succeed, the desire to learn the trade, and the tenacity to keep learning as you go along. If you've heard of Carnival Cruises, you are familiar with how Micky Arison made his billions. Les Wexner. But what about the startup founders who gained a thing or two from having some form of university training?