Do I take the safe route or Do I take a chance in the streets?
I want to be a recording/performing artist. It's not my only priority. I want to become an Animator. I am also interested in being a web developer. I ABSOLUTELY don't want to go back to school. The criteria required to get a degree is outrageous. Who needs a history on the US Government to become a 'black' web developer under White America? Volunteers? Great! Your total amount is: *Ring* an arm and a leg. Just kidding. We will need your agreement to pays the total amount with interest. if you die your co-signer is legally-liable to pay us back. You get a free pen, though!. :D
I would love to go to a bootcamp course on coding. Only thing is: I'm hesitant on taking out another loan, and stack it on top of another one. I'm already over $19,000 in debt with my incomplete Associate's Degree in applied science for.....Entertainment Management. :D It may seem like I'm ashamed of taking the program. I'm not. I found some amazing people at Bay State College in Boston. I had up's and down's, but mostly enjoyable experiences. I found someone special while I was in college. If there was one thing, I got out of Bay State College. It was her. <3 Even then, I feel like I'm getting played. That's a different blog for a different day.
I need a healthy salary job to be financially-stable. I wanted to become a web-developer, because 'accredited' sources says Junior & Senior web developers receive a sustainable annual salary from 40K-120K per year. The job market is expected to grow exponentially, due to businesses need developers for their business sites. Sweet, sign me up! Did these accredited sources forgot to mention Net Neutrality and how it can affect future web developers?
The Teeny-Tiny Blog
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