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Free College Series Part 2: Free College for Everyone?

Please consider the following questions: Ask yourself how one actually becomes supposedly well-rounded? Do you really need to take useless college courses that have no relation at all to your chosen major to become well-rounded? Is becoming socially active necessary...

Free College Series Part 1: Free College for Everyone?

These days, free college has become a political tool to entice prospective voters. Just remember, American public school education is free and we all know what an ongoing disaster that has become. We’ve let the government run the public school systems into the ground...

Return On Investment: Is College Worth It?

ROI is a complex topic generating a large volume of legitimate questions with very few easy answers. There are multiple variables involved. Every individual is different. College and university curriculums differ. Technology is constantly changing and this can...

Academia defined….but can you define your own skillset?

Go to college for four years or more and you will hopefully be exposed to highly educated instructors and professors. Experts in their respective fields. Holders of advanced degrees. They will impart their knowledge to you over this time period and you will benefit...

Ikigai

One source states that: “Everyone, according to the Japanese, has an ikigai. Finding it requires a deep and often lengthy search of self. Such a search is regarded as being important, since it is believed that discovery of one’s ikigai brings satisfaction  and meaning...

More Problems with “Maybe.”

Indecision can be expensive. Very expensive. If you are considering possible career options and cannot reach any form of logical, rational, and timely final decision, then you are in the ongoing process of wasting your time and money. Take the average college student...

Wanted: Skilled trade contractors…..and common sense.

In reference to Extremeavarice.com, it could possibly seem that we may “push” the idea of a career in the skilled trades over a traditional college or university degree program. Actually, if this does appear to be the case in some instances we want to make it clear...