You got that right Sweet Tea! This is why I am in this particular situation I am in now. Well, partly too because of Martin O'Malley. He is worth as much as one, 1 time use paper plate I throw out in the garbage after I use it.
People forget you don't have to get degrees from colleges, but you also can get trade certificates from colleges as well. For example, if I wanted to become a computer technician I could pay $2,000.00 for all the courses I need to take in order to become a certified computer technician.
Discomforting, even if you are rich you need some type of education above high school in order to be successful. So, even if you are rich without much education, the money will not last as it takes advanced knowledge or intelligence in order to maintain or grow wealth.
I didn't mean it that way; you pay thousands of dollars and end up in so much debt (let's us $100,000 as an example because that's 4 years at Rutgers Uni which is obsolete and not impressive anymore so 6 years being about 150k+) that you'll be spending the rest of your life trying to pay it off along with all the interest you have to pay off but have no job to go into because nobody is hiring for livable wadges so you just end up working at Wal-mart or some place that gives you nothing and pays you to work like a slave. It's not worth it unless you're rich or lucky and everything pans out but for the average person not really worth it.