You should examine the opportunity for college as an investment. In this video, learn how to break down why college may be the right investment for you.
- Now it's time to become a student investor. … Look, we've already done so much in this course. … We've helped you find your career, … we've talked about how to interview the experts, … we've talked about scholarships. … So the final thing you need is the right mindset. … You need to become a student investor. … I want to bring us back to the whole point … of going to college and that's to be qualified … to take the first step into your dream career. … So many people forget this, … and I think it's where most people go wrong. … I want you to keep reminding yourself … the reason I'm going to college is I want a career. … And to keep that in mind, … as you think through how to become a student investor. … Okay, so how do you know if you made … a good investment in college? … A lot of people argue that college isn't worth it anymore, … but I want you to look at the weekly earnings … and also the unemployment rate for college-high school … and less than high school. … You can see a bachelor's degree …
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1. The Perfect Career for You
2. Interviewing Experts
3. Utilizing Scholarships
4. Becoming a Student Investor
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