College | Does it still make sense in 2020?
It's time to take a skeptical look at the ROI of a six figure college degree. Between the pandemic, the challenges of debt, and the onset of micro-certifications, the 4-year college education is set for a rethink.
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Data suggests that the average cost of college in 2019 was $122,000 while the entry-level salary for a college graduate at the same time period was 50,000. ROI is a distant memory hopefully for that that $122,000 the student graduates with a degree and possibly some skills.
The reality is, as most individuals approach graduation, they realize that ultimately what they have to prove to their employers that they actually have the skills and since you don’t need a degree or permission to start building skills, let’s document the stories and best practices of individuals that crushed the game by focusing on building their skills and their talent stack.
Maybe you feel like you don’t have a talent stack. What are the skills you need to be able to generate an above-median income and when paired with interest-led learning this talent stack will allow you to work towards financial independence and design your future?
If you’re up for this challenge to go from no Talent Stack to designing your future in 2 years or less you have found the right place. Welcome to the Talent Stacker Community.
Learn how you can retrain into a profession and make at least $60,000 annual within a period of 6 months even without any prior experience.