Workforce and Employment

The myth of the successful college dropout

While it’s true there are successful college dropouts, statistically speaking, they are not the norm. Image: REUTERS/Stephen Lam

Jonathan Wai

Heiner Rindermann

Professor of Educational and Developmental Psychology, Chemnitz University of Technology

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