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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#225 - lemongrabble
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#173 - anon id: 6888f248
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I work graveyard shift at UPS. The pay is okay, the union benefits are good, and i get to go to a public university (uofl) for free as long as i dont fail a class (then i just pay for that class). Its really not that bad, i get to experience the real college experience, and i am debt free. So really its not like the options arent out there, just people dont apply themselves/arent responsible, which is fine, just don't complain about debt until you have exhausted all options
#221 to #173 - anon id: c84a694e
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You're assuming other people haven't already tried options like that.
User avatar #91 - voltkills
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500k?!
******* hell, what currency is that?
#93 to #91 - anon id: 336c50ba
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are you blind?
User avatar #94 to #93 - voltkills
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no but apparently im special, i thought the dollar sign was a 5.
#100 to #94 - doktorwhat
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K means "thousand"
User avatar #107 to #100 - voltkills
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i know, but i though the dollar sign was a 5 so i thought they had 500,000 debt.
#83 - Spikeydeath
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I am a thousand dollars in the hole o_o
#81 - cockineveryorifice
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Doesn't help that tuition fees have multiplied by 9 in the space of 12 years here. I was lucky I got to uni when they were at 3,000, just before they went to 9,000.
#61 - alimais
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Good that my state pays for my education :^)
User avatar #37 - Soviet Savior
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Do what i do, get it done cheap. I live in CA,, college is ~4 year thing. go the first 2 years at a community college, about $2800 total, final 2 years at csu college. they give scholarships for anything, get one. cost for last 2 years was about $6200 if you're a state resident. get the easiest degree you can other than art or music, most companies dont care what you have it in as long as you do.
#21 - anon id: dc1848da
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i never bothered with college and i make 35k a year thats good enough for me
#26 to #21 - anon id: 6d1f5bcb
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Thats not very much
User avatar #30 to #21 - fisttourface
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Thats enough to live a meh single life or a poor life with a family.
User avatar #43 to #30 - charagrin
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Depends on where you are located, here in Maine I was making 32K a year while going to college, and I have a family. I also own 2 homes, 2 cars, an ATV, a boat, etc. maybe not the most expensive options, but I have them. Of course in NY city, 32k wouldn't get you an apartment, let alone everything else needed just to survive. hence why I said depends on where you are located.
#13 - sjrigney
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I thought the one in the lower left said "547K" at first glance. Like ****, what are you spending your money on?
I thought the one in the lower left said "547K" at first glance. Like ****, what are you spending your money on?
#12 - epodax
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Gotta looooooooove getting paid for getting an' education.. Want to become a doctor? Here's some cash... Want to be a teacher... Here's some cash...
#15 to #12 - morbidbarracuda
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are you also living in Denmark? it is sweet socialist heaven
#78 to #15 - epodax
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yep
#255 - osamathemamalama
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#33 - chody
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$18,000 worth of school loans, got a job where I end up working half the year and make about $65,000 not including bonuses or my great benefits