Are you worried about how you will pay for college ,and other expenses? If so then read this article.
The average college student racks up about $80,000 of student loan debt and 60% won’t graduate because there funds run out. Yes this is so true,with a major emphases on retaining bachelors and masters degrees ,people are gaining more debt and there is a 35% chance you will find a job pertaining to your degree. 63% of College graduates end up in low paying jobs and the job usually is not related to any of the degree fields in which they graduate with.
Okay so here are some options to cut cost. Depending on where you live consider house or apartment rental with a roommate. If that is not an option a dorm could be considerable. But if your college is in your hometown or driving distance from where you live stay at home and help your parents with the living expenses.
Don’t get too many bills you can’t handle at once such as car note,insurance,rent,and other living expenses with out having a job to back it up. Start looking for your job early in the senior year .
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If you know financially you are struggling try alternative schools and job training programs. And then go to College later.
You can also search for scholarships.