Macy McClish

Seth Nease will enter the workforce after high school.

Seth Nease — workforce

“I plan on going into the workforce for at least a year, if not two,” Nease said. “I’ll go to college after that and get a degree in engineering or financing or something like that. If I can get my foot in the door somewhere before I go into college and waste a bunch of money trying to get an education, I can just hop in there, find out what degree I need, and then go back for it while having money. My brother went straight into the workforce, and he’s doing just fine. He’s married and has a kid, and he’s on a business trip right now. I figured if he could do it, I could do it.”

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