If I went to a college/university before I find a job, I would have died there. As in, commit suicide in a college/university. Because I found a stable job, I am alive now.
The main reason I won't go to college is the archaic education system deploying massive traditional homeworks and assessments, which have caused many students to go mad from revelations, and commit suicide to end their college lives. You know, how many people died in a college/university? More than a hospital.
The archaic education system have gone backwards in recent years in terms of technological level, and has claimed many innocent lives with distress and such. If they don't replace massive homeworks with better technologies, then more people will be laying in the coffins.
Secondary reason, the debt. If you're a college student, you're heavily-indebted. Because you need enormous tickets (expensive fees) to complete your high-education, you dug too deep with massive debts you need to fill. To compare, a whole college life is enough to buy a new luxury car. (Think a Bugatti or Rolls-Royce).
To compare, finding a paid job can give you some monetary advantages, which colleges don't offer. Doing a full-time job without college is better than doing a part-time job as a college student. With full-time job, you don't go as heavily indebted as if you're a college student. And thus less chances of loan shark harassment if you're not a gambler too.
Thirdly, most businesses require physical or certain skills as well as personal experiences, so academic experiences aren't as too useful as those. Only a few jobs need such academic-excelling monsters and it's rare to find such. So four years of work experiences gain better employment rate than four years of college.
I will end here for now. You're already warned by this post.