Owning your own home has long been part of the American dream. It's a goal most of us rightfully aspire to, and one that can often help build wealth. Indeed, 64% of Americans own a home today. If'
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Dated: February 26 2016
The maturity level of business and changing economy
Everyday I see different businesses, their owners, and their many different levels of associates. With that being said, more and more is the arrangement of many maturity levels in employees and college degrees. The thought of many college students in the field of business who are getting close to graduation, is that they will easily find a job and run with it. What they will find is that there highly expensive bachelor degree is most likely going to get pushed to the side and look away from. While in fact there are many college degree professionals in the united states, there are becoming less and less trade professionals and other non 4 year training professionals.
Real-Estate and economic changes
Due to the fact people are finding out a bachelor degrees are not as uncommon as they used to be. People are switching to different career paths such as trades and also sales such as real estate. I chose real estate not only because of the possibilities to make good earnings but also for the expansions on my credentials besides just a degree. With the market closely related to business and very personable as you being your own boss it is a great choice for my personality and many others as well. It offers more than just a job but also an experience worth working for and being apart of. Maybe if more college students would broaden the horizons the job market could even get better.
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