The estimated cost of tuition, books and room/board… drum roll please…. $32,000 per year! And while some people might say that isn't bad, I am over here saying who in the heck would ever pay for that? And that led me to ask this one question.
What I am saying is that by just assuming that college tuition is what it is and so be it, might not be so healthy for your long term financial self.
1. Online certifications 2. Associates degrees 3. Sales careers 4. Military or ROTC programs for college tuition
In middle school, students are organized into teams where they learn to punch in and punch out daily, to prepare them for the rigors of high school and to eventually qualify for college.
With the demand for high paying trades increasing, I think more and more people will look at their cell phone or trade school as a better opportunity then a debt burden called college.
Well that really depends. Sure teachers, doctors, lawyers, engineers, and numerous other degrees might land you a job right after college.