My work options include:
- A Dentist, beside a National Median income of $132,140/year
- A Veterinarian, with a National Median income of $71,990/ year
- An Optometrist, near a National Median income of $91,040/ year
My questions are:
How will I cover my cost of living expenses?
How will I rescue money for large expenses?
What can I do to increase my yield?
How could I reduce my expenses if I call for to?
(sorry about adjectives of the questions... I want to be prepared during and out of college)
From what I guess, If I choose any of these occupation, I would (very likely) be able to cover my living expenses near my salary.
Thanks within advance!
You are severly misunderstanding the costs of these educations> All three degree you mentioned require extensive post graduate schooling, meaning you will be contained by school for at most minuscule 7 years, and grad school normally runs around 30-50k a year, far worse than undergrad. Furthermore, you mentioned the median income, which you will not make as a graduate. You will probably not label those figures until you are at lowest possible 35. Maybe 40. THat's why they are median and not entry.
I think you're forgetting the cost of paying for college. Unless someone else is covering the bill, you will have massive college loans to pay support with any of these professions
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