Great Alternatives To Getting A College Degree

Great Alternatives To Getting A College Degree



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  2. The great thing about welding is if you decide not to do it as a career you still have a useful skill that can save you money and make you money here and there as well 🙂

  3. There are certain MOSs that aren’t easy to get into like 17c which is cyber operations specialist for the army , it is an entry level mos but if you have experience or certs , not just degrees , you can get that mos with a GT score of 110 and a top security clearance. You can take advantage of both CA and TA , all paid for . You have 12 months to complete you certs . You can join the reserves where you don’t do much , but you can still take advantage of free tuition but if you want to do more but not be active still then go National guard. I can try to answer any questions if anyone has any .

  4. While the military is not for everyone and I do feel as if it’s not for me at times but it’s still a great option. The military will actually pay for you to go to school while you’re still in and pay also for you to earn certifications. For me I plan on starting my MS in MIS next year as well as earning valuable certifications. Once I get out I will have a masters degree, certifications, and 8 years of work experience. I likely will not start off in the six figure range like Shane’s friend but I will be making at least 60k a year to start without any student loan debt.

  5. Good stuff! Military!! Free college! Free medical and dental! Veterans Preference for jobs! VA benefits! Free additional college while you're in! 30 days of paid vacation per year! Free housing and food! Tax free pay while deployed! (Texas has the Hazelwood act adding an additional 4 years of payed college!) Great vid!

  6. After finishing my AA in Business at Collin College, I transferred to UT-Dallas majoring in Business Analytics. However, since it is a traditional school & I work full-time, it'll take my 3 years to complete my undergrad. I've been looking into accelerated colleges online. WGU seems to be the best for time, money, & well-respected for their IT related degrees including Data Analytics. So I'm now actually thinking about transferring to WGU now. It would be great if you could make a video on some of the top accelerated online colleges. Thanks for the great video!

  7. Would you consider programming or web development as a good example of Modern Careers? I want to do Udemy courses on it and find a full time job whiling doing my Masters in another field.

  8. Hey Shane! Thanks to this video I’ve become really interested in studying at WGU, as it really suits my needs and ambitions. Do you happen to know anything about their entry requirements for people who finished highschool in the UK? I can’t find much on their website…

  9. For trades, i would recommend picking one, maybe two and master it. Definitely wouldn’t want to be a “Jack of all, master of none” kinda guy. Not bad but the latter banks more.

  10. Medical Coding (Not Billing) is also a great one as well. It is saturated with new grads however, if you are able to get certified and get at least six months of experience, the ROI could be well worth the investment.

  11. First-take a look at the degrees held by millionaires – you will NOT find HS / GED in the top ten or 30 …. if you cannot study get out and do work in other fields but leave yourself open to the idea that even leveraging community colleges into 4-year degrees is doable and the rewards are great. If you have the motivation and interest in a field the degree is a bonus because you will be paid better doing what you find you are motivated in…by getting the degree.

  12. Can you please talk about Public Relations degrees? This is similar to Journalism and Communications, but has some different aspects to differentiate it from the above mentioned degrees

  13. I’m concerned about all these people saying college is bad and only trades are good. If you want to be an electrician or a welder, etc, great! Do that. But, don’t knock the college “liberal arts” classes. A lot of today’s social arguments are about socialism, capitalism, racial history, political systems, etc. Even engineers like me took a reasonable amount of these classes. When people argue about social issues, at least I have some background to know what they are talking about. If you want to go to trade school, great. But you need some education in these general subjects to be a citizen.

  14. Thank you Shane I'm 30 years old no degree. But have a good paying trade job and you are showing me that I can learn new skills with out having to quit my job and go to school full time.

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