In 2010, college students pay as much as $19,123 – $31,000 a year for college, depending whether you’re one of the students outside the state or inside. It is considered one of the best plans in life to study college and not spend your life in Las Vegas where you live the moment. You just can’t make yourself be part of the students who pay $20.3 million or more to offer their life for, say, the National Institutes of Health but end up putting no focus on their actual life’s satisfaction. Putting clinical health research into practical use is good, but if it means sacrificing your happiness and living a life full of falsehood and boredom, there would exist a problem.
You’re here in life to live extremely and beautifully. Despite being offered by life with an extremely low provisional level of happiness accreditation, you are still a high priority option for the country to satisfy, because what life highlights is hands-on happiness for each and everyone. This happiness is the kind that no training in college can teach. College offers you their expensive programs, modules tailored from the instructors’ real experience and assistance from its alumni in job placement and employment. Real life offers you special programs where the courses can come from reading the books of E.E. Cummings, watching a bird die in front of you and cleaning the ruins of a bombed church. You decide what life you choose. Either way, here’s an infographic to guide you through your search.