Are you unhappy with your life? Are you working a dead end job? Are you falling behind in debt and can’t seem to jump into a higher bracket of income no matter how hard you work or how much you sacrifice? Then you are simply feeling the brunt of the middle class working experience. You work, buy, pay bills and save a handful of dollars for a rainy day.
The middle class is “stuck there”, by the grand design of economics. Meanwhile the upper “rich” class gets richer. Perhaps you have wondered about this. Perhaps you have dreamed of improving your life and making more income for yourself or your family. You are on the right track. The reason people stay in debt for long periods of time is either because they do not reduce expenses or they are unable to increase their income.
There is only one way to increase your income—start a better paying career! The only way to do this is to go to school for it, since you will either need to (A) find an employer that pays a higher salary for skilled workers or (B) take an educated risk based on a full college or vocational education.
In past years, going to college was problematic for many working class citizens. If you had a full time job, arranging for an online educational course was very difficult. However, the advent of the online course returns flexibility to you, the student. Why, you can even learn “live” if so preferred or required thanks to new cloud server technology as well as video conferencing software. (Now available on mobile device as well as PC and laptop)
In the past, home school courses were not viewed with respect because they were produced outside the system and had no approved curriculum. Today, online schools are offering accredited curriculums, not to mention full degrees in PhD, MA, BA and AA. You can choose a wide range of topics, from liberal arts to medical training to law and justice or cosmetology.
And if that’s not enough to get you excited consider this: in 2006, the U.S. law banning online students from receiving federal student aid was repealed. Now, federal student aid is available in the way of loans, grants and work study courses. Find out about these options by contacting a school of your choice and inquiring about assistance!
You can change your life and increase your income by going back to school!