Gov. Scott Creating Jobs in Florida/ What About the Corruption?

By | September 17, 2011

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  1. Nidia Esther Nieves

    Good morning, my name is Nidia Nieves and I moved to Florida in 2009. I have not been able to find permanent employment. I could use some assistance in my quest to finish school to really be able to, not only help myself find employment, but help others as well.

    Please tell me what I can do to finish my studies as well as well as be able to find a career that will change my life.

    1. Max

      Hello Nidia, The answer depends on the content of your character. No one can simply tell you what to do, or what career path you should choose, to improve your life. So here is my conservative answer for you;

      – FOLLOW YOUR PASSION: You should invest every ounce of brainpower into your dream.

      – DON’T TAKE LOANS TO GET THERE: Loans, doesn’t matter what kind, only re-direct your money to the government or to the banks. Seek college grants, or scholarships. Find colleges with affordable tuition.

      – BELIEVE IN YOURSELF: This is crucial. Without believing you can do it, you never will.

      Lastly, don’t run to the government for a handout. It might be tempting, but it will only encourage greater government dependence.