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23 Aug Should You Go to College/University? Is College/University Worth it?



Should You Go to College/University? Is College/University Worth it?

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  • Major-Lieutenant Will
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    I'm going to be a Canadian officer of programation so I have to go to college,
    And the army will pay for it.

  • Parker I
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Let's say by the time I finish University I take out 25k in Student Loans. But right out of college land a job making 60k (I'm in software development). My loans would account to about half of yearly salary after taxes. Without the degree I would have been less marketable to employers. To me as someone in this area I can't see an argument against finishing my degree.

  • Sahib Gaba
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Hey Jack, I was wondering where you did health sciences?

  • smtel
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    You're so young but you have so many ideas… were you an achiever when you were a student?

  • Guillermo Avila
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Money, money, money, and more money. Does money make you happy? Apparently yes! Does money makes me happy? Oh heck yes! Do you need money to buy food, clothes, and a a place to live in? Yes! Will a loan be the most significant factor of deciding whether to study what you are passionate about for only 4 years, increase your network, and grow as an intellectual human being and not only a money making robot? For me, no. Jack I am new to your channel and your videos are awesome, and I am studying Finance in the prestigious McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin. Fortunately, my school is paid by several scholarships and financial aid, so getting a loan to attend college was never a concern of mine, but still I encourage every person whether they want to study business, arts, science, history, etc, to get a college education and here is why. Sure you can get a mentor, and learn how to invest in the stock market online (like you teach your subscribers), learn how to paint and make art better, or read history in wikipedia, but for me, college gives you that and much much more, for of course, a price. In college I have met some of the smartest persons I will ever meet, some history and philosophy professors have made a positive change in my life, and my business professors all with MBA's or PhD's with more than 40 years in the business have taught me what you teach in this channel and much more. Going to college will make you grow as a person! And I believe that whatever your own business is, your motivation has ultimately be that: to grow as an intellectual person to share your knowledge with the rest of the world and use your business to provide you an excellent standard of living while helping other people, and sure you can maybe read this online, but for me, these 3 years in college have helped me understand this and also is giving me excellent business knowledge. I would love to sit and talk with you about a lot of topics, but anyway, this is my humble opinion and you people do what you think its best. My final advice is: don't let a loan scare you, what you will get out of college is much more than just book knowledge, and it will be worth much more than what you will end up paying on that loan. Have a good day.

  • MrPCT007
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    College? Nope. Unless your in a specified field. Business, economics, etc. waste. Go for connections, network a lot. Better to go a trade school. I was lucky to have sports scholarship so I didn't start my life in debt for $100k+9 some are upwards of $40K PER YEAR. I own 2 companies with my wife that had nothing to do with my economics degree. I've failed twice before I became successful. There's opportunities on Ebay, Amazon. I will say, KEEP YOUR CREDIT STRAIGHT. save money from those years of college which can be up to 5 years. Get a "small" loan to start a small biz. "FROM HOME" start small. Also, don't be so quick to buy a house or condo, wait, unless it's to acquire income property.

  • Thoughts
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    you should swear more, it gives your videos personality. $_$

  • Thomas Hermans
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    There is a good possibility that this video will be the reason I drop out of college to go work and save up for starting my own business, investing in the stock market, etc… thanks jack! (no sarcasm)

  • belinda Coba
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    I have seen two or three of your videos, I think they are great but I think you need to learn how to talk to the camera , to organize your material and if you have a lot of material, explained in different shorter videos, the attention spam in general is shorter. Keep going I like what you are teaching and I would like to learn more.

  • ashley jinman
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    ive just dropped out of university in my 1st term studying business, the stuff they teach is so old fashioned it unreal

  • Brian Bitter
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    I really like it!

  • fadumo mohamed
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    😂

  • parker469a
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    I feel like the only way college could help a person would not be threw a degree. Just take few art courses that you need to get better at a certain type of art on the side while you work at a normal job. Hopefully something at your normal job will be tied to art as well so you can constantly apply what you're learning to something that would make you money and give you experience at the same time. The only job I can really think of that would do that is Comic books and advertisements for businesses but I'm sure their are others.
    However, degree's take PE classes and other stuff that make no sense for the major you are working for so the degree itself if worthless but individual classes could be worth a lot and if you have a job you can pay as you go instead of taking out huge loans.

  • Anshul Kumar
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Can you make a video on if going to a prestigious college/Uni is important (especially for business).

  • wealthyintime1
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    I know of someone who got an entrance scholarship over 4 years at university and their major is English. School will be free for her.  Why major in English unless planning to be the next Stephen King or J.K. Rowling.  I would take psychology or social work  if it was me, there services will be needed more in the future then they actually are.

  • wealthyintime1
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    In Canada, the school gets their tuition money when they sign your loan documents.  If you drop out a week later, the money is return by the college to the bank.   In the mid 90s, people use to drop out of school after a week or two and get to keep the money from the loan which they had to pay back in payments like an ordinary student loan.

  • Delsin Rowe
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Thank you Jack ✨👌🏻

  • kavin prashaad
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    bipolar licks

  • jason!
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    I went to school for the challenge… fortunately, I had a lot of good times… otherwise, it would not have been worth it…

  • Jack James
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    I'd like you to be my mentor :c

  • Brad
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    University is free here in Sweden and we can take loans at 0.6% interest rate, so I'm absolutely going to uni

  • Lisa Marie M
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    funnily enough I plan on getting a medical degree but your videos are always insightful. And of course my interests are diverse.

  • SeanX13
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Really great video Jack. My sister did undergrad health sci as well, and is now a practicing doctor. Glad she told me what it was going to be like, because now I KNOW I just want to make money. Currently doing my business undergrad while working during co-op terms and doing small business on the side. I love being debt free. Love your videos about stocks; that will definitely be my next venture.

    I like how this is more laid back, but I enjoy your podcast type videos as well. Please keep making those as well 🙂

  • Mr. Schniggle-Biggs
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Great video Jack, fellow Canadian here! I was just curious which sites/sources you get your data from.

  • Justin
    Posted at 04:56h, 23 August

    Would you categorize political science in the same category as history? I ask because my degree was in Government: Pre-Law and it did help me land an excellent job where I work my own hours which allows me to get a nice FT salary without putting in as much time (generally get 40 hrs done in 30) that I can then invest in other places. Also, we have to keep in mind how scholarships factor in. Both my wife and I went to University for close to free cause scholarships and graduated with no debt.

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