what would be your best recommendation for

@AnnaB7 (757)
United States
July 4, 2008 11:27pm CST
earning or obtaining enough money to go to school? If you knew someone who really wanted to go back to college would you encourage them to go or would you tell them it was just to expensive.
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@agihcam (1915)
• Philippines
5 Jul 08
If there's a will there's a way. Finishing college is not limited to number of years, I mean if bachelor's degree will take you 5 years, you can have it more than 5 if you wanted. Going into college is my recommendation, as far as earnings is concern and position from a company depend on your profession. If you have enough money to support your education then go ahead, but if not then you can have lots of opportunities to earn while studying and it is happening this days. It is good also if you can avail an scholarship program, others are working in their day time and going to school for 4 hours in the evening. Of course need a lot of sacrifices doing so, but at the end you are the one who will benefits for all of this.
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@AnnaB7 (757)
• United States
5 Jul 08
Yes, I agree but sometimes it is hard to go to school especially if you are also raising a family and working full time.
@meiji15 (664)
• Philippines
5 Jul 08
why not apply for a scholarship? college may be expensive, but there are ways to mitigate the otherwise burdensome costs. try asking for support from a non-government organizations. from your relatives, and friends. or simply try looking for a parttime job
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@AnnaB7 (757)
• United States
5 Jul 08
I think that all of these are good ideas, but sometimes you don't have realtives or friends who are able to help with college costs, so maybe a schalarship would be best or something. It does cost quite a bit to go to college. Parttime jobs are good to if there is still enough time left to actually go to school