College VS Trade School – Which Will Make You Rich?⇨ More Videos: https://bit.ly/3CnBwXC🔴 Subscribe: https://bit.ly/3kIQWzO🔴 Subscribe: https://bit.ly/3kIQWzO===============================Script: In this video I’m going to break down the differences between Trade schools and college. But first what is a trade school? Its a hands on way of learning a trade. Such as plumber, electrician and even elevator installers. You spend some of your time, usually 2-3 hours, in a class room a day. And the rest on the day spent working on the specific craft. To compare college vs the trades we are going to look at 3 things:1. Barriers to entry2. Salary options3. Reliability/otherThen we will conclude which is better for you.Part 1: Barriers to entryWhile you study at a trade school you earn money, they pay you to attend! You make about 80% of the average full time salary while attending, which makes out to be $44,000 per year. While college costs an average of $25,000 per year. Which leaves you $32,000 in debt after 6 years. (Avg time to grad with a bachelors is actually 6 years). While you start making money instantly at a trade school. if you go to trade school you will be making $55,000 for your third year by the time you would have graduated college. It takes the typical doctor until 40 years old to catch up with the typical Electrician in net worth. Also 40% of college students drop out before obtaining a degree, while only 24% of trade students do. Trade schools are easy to get into all the websites I’ve looked at mention this. However college applications are obviously a big deal. Often times you’ll want to submit good SAT scores, a high GPA along side an essay. So thats one point for trades schools, however there’s a reason colleges are more difficult to attend right? That leads us to… Part 2: Salary OptionsThe average bachelors grad makes $58,000. The average Trade school grad makes $55,000. However this number may be misleading, because this is just the the bachelors degrees. Only 43% of college graduates end up with a 4-year degree. So the revenue could be significantly higher if you obtain a masters or doctorate not to mention a Phd. The average masters makes $70,000 per year and the average doctorate makes $100,000 dollars per year. This is however not the best description of how much you might make because each degree varies quite wildly and most degrees open doors to multiple different careers. The same goes for a trade school grad too, except if you go to become a carpenter then you will become a carpenter. Elevator and escalator installers make about $88,000 per year, however Electrician make only $56,000. So I think it’s fair to give college the point here, even though the average Salarys are only a little bit higher. It opens more high paying-six figure jobs.Part 3: Reliability/OtherThe demand for plumbers and electricians, carpenters and such is always going to be there, its reliable. Because it can’t be outsourced to other countries, and we will always need carpenters and plumbers etc. College degrees aren’t nearly so safe, many of the work can get outsourced over seas where labor is cheaper. Most of the time you have a job before you even graduate, if you go to the trades to become a carpenter, then your going to become a carpenter. While it’s not certain what you’ll become, and further more how much you’ll make, if you’re an English major. On the other hand a degree can lead to half a dozen well-paying career options, which adds a level of security along with it. On another note the College experience is alive and well at university’s all around the globe, however there isn’t much of a “spirit” at trade schools, it’s more transactional. Its a bit mixed so we will call this a tie for all intents and purposes.===============================Time Stamps:0:00 – Start0:20 – The Three Parts0:32 – Part 1 Barriers to Entry2:12 – Part 2 Salary Options3:36 – Part 3 reliability/Other4:44 – CONCLUSIONSources:https://bit.ly/3pAevfL https://nces.ed.gov/fastfacts/display.asp?id=77 https://nces.ed.gov/fastfacts/display.asp?id=40 https://www.epi.org/publication/class-of-2014/ https://www.ktvb.com/story/news/local/2014/07/02/12054091/https://www.forbes.com/sites/sarahhansen/2020/07/24/30-million-are-unemployed-and-more-pain-is-on-the-way-here-are-8-numbers-that-sum-up-the-destruction-in-the-us-labor-market/?sh=35a2f01f161bhttps://www.cnbc.com/2020/08/18/millions-of-americans-are-facing-longer-periods-of-unemployment.htmlhttps://www.ziprecruiter.com/Salaries/Masters-Degree-Salaryhttps://www.payscale.com/research/US/Degree=Doctorate_(PhD)/Salaryhttps://www.accreditedschoolsonline.org/resources/highest-paying-trade-jobs/https://bit.ly/3yaBIsWhttps://bestaccreditedcolleges.org/articles/average-salary-with-a-bachelors-degree.htmlhttps://www.careerexplorer.com/careers/elevator-mechanic/salary/#collegevstradeschool #Economicinfo #fastestpathtowealth
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Princeton University will make all finals remote and ordered the immediate cancellation of unmasked indoor gatherings, amid an increase in COVID cases that mirrors the recent omicron variant-driven spikes elsewhere.Finals will go remote effective Thursday “so that students will be able to leave campus at their earliest convenience,” Princeton said in an update posted to its campus COVID website Wednesday morning.#news4now#nbc4ny
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Dr. Vin Gupta, pulmonologist and global health policy expert at the University of Washington, discusses what the public and medical community should be more focused on than daily COVID case rates, and why the FDA and CDC should redefine what “fully vaccinated” means. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO: https://cnb.cx/2NGeIvi As January nears, more workers will be going back to offices, not all at once and maybe not five days a week, but return to work will begin in earnest for more of the U.S. labor force in 2022. Are employers rushing, especially as the omicron variant of Covid presents new risks during winter peak flu season?According to Dr. Vin Gupta, critical care pulmonologist and affiliate faculty member at the University of Washington School of Medicine, there is probably more reason to keep current work-from-home employees away from the office, at least until April or May, than to bring them back soon.Speaking last week to members of the CNBC Workforce Executive Council during a virtual town hall, Gupta said that for companies with workforces that are largely work-from-home right now, “I see no reason, no scientific justification, certainly no psychological reason, to bring your workforce back before April 1, at the earliest, into a workplace setting.”“Before April 1 doesn’t make a lot of sense to me,” he said.Part of Gupta’s view is based on his experience as a pulmonologist. The delta variant is still causing many deaths in the U.S., largely among the unvaccinated, and the omicron variant is anticipated to become a significant factor in 2022. And those Covid trends are taking place during the uncertainty regarding flu season and all of the other respiratory viruses that exist during the winter that take advantage of cold, dry air. While the U.S. did suffer from the delta surge in the height of summertime, that is not a reason to overlook the seasonal effect, but rather, remember that winter could be “absolutely worse,” he said.Based on the data coming from South Africa and other places where early testing and sequencing of omicron is being done, it is clear that there’s a straight line up in terms of cases detected over time, Gupta told chief human resource officers on the CNBC council. This virus variant profile is distinct from delta, which had a sharp rise but was a bit more gradual. “I think it’s a matter of time before omicron becomes the dominant variant, because it’s outcompeting delta in places where we think it first originated,” Gupta said, adding that it will become the dominant strain over the next weeks and in the months ahead.The U.K. confirmed its first death from the omicron variant on Monday.The U.S. health system, already suffering from the strain of delta cases, will be further stressed and the headlines “are not going to be pretty” for the next few months.“Even if it’s less lethal, it’s still going to infect more people and the unvaccinated, frankly, are defenseless, they’re going to end up in the hospital at a greater rate,” Gupta said.Many companies are delaying plans to return to offices, though not only because of omicron. Apple pushed back its return to February even before news of omicron broke. Since the new variant’s emergence, Google pushed back a planned Jan. 10 return date. Meta is now offering workers not already back in the office the option to defer return by another three to five months.On Monday afternoon, Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman told CNBC he was wrong to push workers back to offices earlier in the Covid crisis, and “everybody’s still finding their way,” but over half of the bank’s staff in its New York City headquarters are now back and 95% of employees are vaccinated.» Subscribe to CNBC TV: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCtelevision» Subscribe to CNBC: https://cnb.cx/SubscribeCNBCTurn to CNBC TV for the latest stock market news and analysis. From market futures to live price updates CNBC is the leader in business news worldwide.The News with Shepard Smith is CNBC’s daily news podcast providing deep, non-partisan coverage and perspective on the day’s most important stories. Available to listen by 8:30pm ET / 5:30pm PT daily beginning September 30: https://www.cnbc.com/2020/09/29/the-news-with-shepard-smith-podcast.html?__source=youtube%7Cshepsmith%7Cpodcast Connect with CNBC News OnlineGet the latest news: http://www.cnbc.com/Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: https://cnb.cx/LinkedInCNBCFollow CNBC News on Facebook: https://cnb.cx/LikeCNBCFollow CNBC News on Twitter: https://cnb.cx/FollowCNBCFollow CNBC News on Instagram: https://cnb.cx/InstagramCNBChttps://www.cnbc.com/select/best-credit-cards/ #CNBC#CNBCTV