Rent where I live is about 1k-1.2k but I’ll most likely be splitting that with either my boyfriend or a friend. Thank you for the tips to avoid spending too much money. I do plan on taking out loans, I just don’t know how much would be too much, or what amount of money is typically a good amount to take out. With the career I’m studying for, I only need an associates to start and as it’s a career in high demand and at the hospital, they will pay off my loans for me on top of my salary so long as I am working there. So there’s also that to take into consideration
Take government loans. Direct from the government. Not some private loan with government support or something. Private loans are bad business.
Alright. Thank you! (:
Bro rent for an apartment is like 1k a month if you’re LUCKY
Well you need a room to study in, and food during your studies. How cheap or expensive you arrange that is on you. But somehow you need to cover the cost.
Did you go to college? And if so, how much money did you take out in loans on a yearly basis?
I live in sweden so school is free, during college I still lived with my parents. So my study income covered my expenses. University on the other hand I took out full loan, which isn't much and barely cover living expenses such as rent and food and books.
Study income? Full loan? I don’t know what those are haha
It was at my time i think around $1000 a month. But you can't compare apples and oranges. You have a different school system and economy zone, so you have to do your own calculations.
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I haven’t taken any loans out. I’m going into my freshman year of college in the fall.
Oh, when you said that you were taking money out, I assumed you meant a loan.
Yes. I plan on taking out a loan but I have not done anything of the sort yet.