School Starts Soon…

…And I’m not ready! I have a little over 2 weeks until Grad School starts back. I’m not looking forward to homework and projects, but I DO miss school. I’m one of those weird people that actually like school haha. I’ll be taking my last two classes at the Academy of Art University and then graduating in May. I’m going to start looking for a teaching job in March, and if I get any interviews, I can tell them I’m graduating in May. Who knows, maybe someone might even hire me early in March contingent upon me getting my Masters degree.

My boyfriend told me to lookup the salaries at different Colleges, and I’m getting excited just doing that! So far, it’s looking great! The minimum average salary is about $55K and the max is $95K! That’s over $7,000 a MONTH on the higher end. I don’t know what I would even do with that much money. Actually yes I do. I would buy a nice car and house, and then make sure my mom and grandma were taken care of. Maybe give them each $500 a month so they have some “spare money” haha. (I use to always beg my mom for her spare money so I could buy things when I was little. Never understanding that there is no such thing as spare money when you live paycheck to paycheck like we did. But our childhood was great, and our mom made things happen.)

I think in March, I’m going to start making a list of what I want to accomplish with my new salary, so I don’t go crazy with it. I’ll definitely want to pay off my credit cards, and some of my past debt so that my credit will go up. That’s the ONE thing I regret is every screwing up my credit. It limits you from being able to do soo much. It sucks. Anways, thanks for reading!

1 comment

  1. Good luck with this upcoming term of grad school! It is neat to see the salary rate having a good range. I thought about the same thing when I finished college but ended up having almost half of my income being taxed TT_TT. Anyways, GO YOU! Sending you positive vibes :)!

    Nancy ♥

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