https://www.wsj.com/articles/financially-hobbled-for-life-the-elite-masters-degrees-that-dont-pay-off-11625752773 Incredible a massive amount of debt taking on by aspiring filmmakers yet Columbia University and other Ivy League for-profit schools leave their students mired in … [Read more...]
The Soaring Cost of College in America
Cost of College marches upward…..but there are alternatives Certifications, online schools, bootcamps, seminars, virtual learning, YouTube, Kindle your local library. Colleges and universities are best suited to those in STEM or if you desire and can afford traditional liberal … [Read more...]
Among many career choices college is one
I never wanted my working class parents paying for my "hobby" so I attended under a Republican governor "free" community college then transferred to a low-cost state university sure my parents were kind enough to let me stay home and I never asked them for any college tuition or … [Read more...]
Top 10 Best and Worst Paying MA Degrees
Best advice is to have your employer pay for a Master's of Arts known as an MA degree or tuition reimbursement. Unless you plan to be in one of these high-paying careers then it makes no sense to spend hours and time on an MA degree that keeps you in debt depression. If you plan … [Read more...]
US will add 8M jobs in the next 5 years: These industries will grow the most – TechRepublic
https://www.techrepublic.com/article/us-will-add-8m-jobs-in-the-next-5-years-these-industries-will-grow-the-most/ Get ready because I do not believe any college or university can prepare you for the jobs of tomorrow. The jobs of tomorrow require a different mindset than the … [Read more...]
Millennials crushed by cost of college
Saddest part to the ongoing college debt saga are dashed dreams hopes diminished because millennials carry a ton of student loan debt that limits millennials career options read the story here charts tell in graphic detail the downward grind of those considered to be … [Read more...]
Student-Debt Forgiveness May Be Lighting a Tax-Bomb Fuse – The Wall Street Journal.
Student-Debt Forgiveness May Be Lighting a Tax-Bomb Fuse https://www.wsj.com/articles/student-debt-forgiveness-is-a-wonderful-boon-until-the-irs-comes-calling-1529852411 Another scenario increasingly the federal government confiscating reducing your social security or any … [Read more...]
Million dollar student loan debt! Was it worth the headache and stress?
Orthodontist Mike Meru has it all: family, home, career, and a $1 million student-loan debt that keeps growing. https://t.co/kW6anjtE2s via @WSJ Million dollars in Student loan debt depression! — Felipe (@needcollegehelp) May 25, 2018 … [Read more...]
Colleges Hiding Student Loan Debt Data
Another reason for college transparency and clarification forbearance occurs when you are unemployed for an extended period of time I know from personal experience but colleges should present to potential students and parents the actual numbers behind student loan default rates. … [Read more...]
A drone or debt?
Bootcamps might be the cure to inequality the WSJ had a story about young people selecting the low-price bootcamp that offers skills in demand minus the burden of student loan debt. The college professor refers to students who attend bootcamps as "drones" yet provides no evidence … [Read more...]