I fall for it every year. _ funny housing benefit ni

I think that is absolutely hilarious because the UK is starting to see what a racket college is for most people. Back in my programming days I created a program that looked up the average starting salary for each major versus your current student debt plus likely future student debt and then played them out to a retirement age of 70, neglecting raises. Turns out you barely break even with almost half of the majors you could select. I plotted trade schools cost versus reward in the same way and they were almost all quite profitable in the end.

It also does not matter how many scholarships someone gets because scholarships have not increase with college tuition, which has increase astronomically. This is how much college tuition has increased since 1885.

The economy, country, and all job markets are complete shit right now.Housing benefit ni and it will not get better until people take their heads out of their ass and stop blaming the job seekers and turn their attention towards the people who are truly responsible for the terrible state of the economy, which are the same people as last time, the leaders of monopolistic corporations and banks.

You’re preaching to the choir bro. I’m not saying the job market isn’t crap, because it is, but bitching and whining about it accomplishes nothing. The people who have jobs, are those who take initiative. Those who don’t, are left without a job.

Also don’t give my that steven bullshit. I came to america when I was 15, learned my third new language, lived in section-8 housing because my family is piss poor, worked in mcdonalds while I was in high school, and spent my first year in a state school. At the end of my first year, I had less than $4k debt due to scholarships, got accepted into an ivy league school, and got myself an internship lined up for my senior, with a promise of it becoming a paid full-time position on graduation.Housing benefit ni that wasn’t from luck, that was me busting my ass off in high school, that was me hunting down scholarships, that was me picking a degree that has a low unemployment rate, that was me talking with my professors and making a good impression on an HR rep for a local corporation. Was it a bit of luck, yes? Would have I ever had those opportunities if I didn’t take initiative and bust my ass? Not likely.

You have to be careful with this. I did this for my first year. I met with advisors at both the comm college and the 4 year I was going to go to the following year to make sure that all of the classes I was taking would transfer and count for the classes I needed at the 4 year. WELP I was given incorrect information. My classes transferred, but many only transferred as elective credits, leaving me in a position where I still needed to take many general classes.Housing benefit ni I did what I could to try to get the school to accept the credits, but they wouldn’t budge. I still ended up doing a full four years at udel because of it. I know this is just my situation, but I know many people have had similar problems transferring credits between institutions.

I think that is absolutely hilarious because the UK is starting to see what a racket college is for most people. Back in my programming days I created a program that looked up the average starting salary for each major versus your current student debt plus likely future student debt and then played them out to a retirement age of 70, neglecting raises. Turns out you barely break even with almost half of the majors you could select. I plotted trade schools cost versus reward in the same way and they were almost all quite profitable in the end.Housing benefit ni

It also does not matter how many scholarships someone gets because scholarships have not increase with college tuition, which has increase astronomically. This is how much college tuition has increased since 1885.

The economy, country, and all job markets are complete shit right now. And it will not get better until people take their heads out of their ass and stop blaming the job seekers and turn their attention towards the people who are truly responsible for the terrible state of the economy, which are the same people as last time, the leaders of monopolistic corporations and banks.

You’re preaching to the choir bro. I’m not saying the job market isn’t crap, because it is, but bitching and whining about it accomplishes nothing. The people who have jobs, are those who take initiative. Those who don’t, are left without a job.Housing benefit ni

Also don’t give my that steven bullshit. I came to america when I was 15, learned my third new language, lived in section-8 housing because my family is piss poor, worked in mcdonalds while I was in high school, and spent my first year in a state school. At the end of my first year, I had less than $4k debt due to scholarships, got accepted into an ivy league school, and got myself an internship lined up for my senior, with a promise of it becoming a paid full-time position on graduation. That wasn’t from luck, that was me busting my ass off in high school, that was me hunting down scholarships, that was me picking a degree that has a low unemployment rate, that was me talking with my professors and making a good impression on an HR rep for a local corporation. Was it a bit of luck, yes? Would have I ever had those opportunities if I didn’t take initiative and bust my ass?Housing benefit ni not likely.

You have to be careful with this. I did this for my first year. I met with advisors at both the comm college and the 4 year I was going to go to the following year to make sure that all of the classes I was taking would transfer and count for the classes I needed at the 4 year. WELP I was given incorrect information. My classes transferred, but many only transferred as elective credits, leaving me in a position where I still needed to take many general classes. I did what I could to try to get the school to accept the credits, but they wouldn’t budge. I still ended up doing a full four years at udel because of it. I know this is just my situation, but I know many people have had similar problems transferring credits between institutions.

I think that is absolutely hilarious because the UK is starting to see what a racket college is for most people.Housing benefit ni back in my programming days I created a program that looked up the average starting salary for each major versus your current student debt plus likely future student debt and then played them out to a retirement age of 70, neglecting raises. Turns out you barely break even with almost half of the majors you could select. I plotted trade schools cost versus reward in the same way and they were almost all quite profitable in the end.

It also does not matter how many scholarships someone gets because scholarships have not increase with college tuition, which has increase astronomically. This is how much college tuition has increased since 1885.

The economy, country, and all job markets are complete shit right now. And it will not get better until people take their heads out of their ass and stop blaming the job seekers and turn their attention towards the people who are truly responsible for the terrible state of the economy, which are the same people as last time, the leaders of monopolistic corporations and banks.Housing benefit ni

You’re preaching to the choir bro. I’m not saying the job market isn’t crap, because it is, but bitching and whining about it accomplishes nothing. The people who have jobs, are those who take initiative. Those who don’t, are left without a job.

Also don’t give my that steven bullshit. I came to america when I was 15, learned my third new language, lived in section-8 housing because my family is piss poor, worked in mcdonalds while I was in high school, and spent my first year in a state school. At the end of my first year, I had less than $4k debt due to scholarships, got accepted into an ivy league school, and got myself an internship lined up for my senior, with a promise of it becoming a paid full-time position on graduation. That wasn’t from luck, that was me busting my ass off in high school, that was me hunting down scholarships, that was me picking a degree that has a low unemployment rate, that was me talking with my professors and making a good impression on an HR rep for a local corporation.Housing benefit ni was it a bit of luck, yes? Would have I ever had those opportunities if I didn’t take initiative and bust my ass? Not likely.

You have to be careful with this. I did this for my first year. I met with advisors at both the comm college and the 4 year I was going to go to the following year to make sure that all of the classes I was taking would transfer and count for the classes I needed at the 4 year. WELP I was given incorrect information. My classes transferred, but many only transferred as elective credits, leaving me in a position where I still needed to take many general classes. I did what I could to try to get the school to accept the credits, but they wouldn’t budge. I still ended up doing a full four years at udel because of it. I know this is just my situation, but I know many people have had similar problems transferring credits between institutions.Housing benefit ni