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So, I have been going back and forth for a LONG time now on what to do. Currently I have almost $25k in student loans to repay. The dilemma is, I want to go back for a better career, which in my state will cost me another $12k or so. I have always contemplated moving to North Carolina, where I can get the same degree for about what one semester here would cost. Thing is, packing up and moving isn't the easiest. We would not have jobs right away, and I am not sure if I should just go for it here and pay an arm and a leg, or wait until we decide to move (slight chance we may not actually though.) If we were to move we would have a lot of $ saved up. My boyfriend has an Associate's in Web-Design and there isn't much of a market for his specialty of asp.net where we live, so moving may also benefit his career in the long run. It is just scary to get out there. What would you do?
I am 24. I have an Associate's in Travel & Tourism and work as a Supervisor for a front desk. Lowest level management. And, I don't think 'professional' help is what I need, but thank you for the response. I know it takes 1 yr to become a resident. I have done research on the areas and I know housing is more affordable and have a friend that lives a couplke of yours away from one of the areas I looked into and also the town she lives in. She loves it. I live in NH, it isn't the cheapest but the taxes are reasonable, no income tax and no sales tax. new-jersey has sales, income and God knows what else for taxes. It is just hard to fathom taking out more student loans or paying as I go when I already owe so much. I don't think just because I don't make a lot and I already have $25k should mean I am crazy for wanting to go back. I'd be going for Nursing. That compared to what I make now and how much more rewarding it'd be may make more sense. Though the $ makes it difficult. Thank you everyone
With 25K in student loans, you must have a degree? or on your way to a degree? If you are unhappy with your current career, I would suggest taking some liberal arts classes at the local community college. This way you can get a feel for what interests you, and go from there. If you find a career that you love, it won't matter how much you have in loans to repay, because you will enjoy working, and everything will come together in the end. Jenny
Sounds like you are not knocking them dead where you live now. North Carolina is a nice state. The cost of living is very reasonable compared to the northeast anyway. Take a trip there, see if you both can line up jobs in any field there. Don't be too picky. Rent don't buy, get a decent place near work. Then go from there. Once you get situated after several months and things are working out, then go for that education part time around your job. You two should be fine. Just remember your goals and don't make any un-needed purchases, as you want to pay those loans off too.
Get on-line and start checking out jobs, apartments, etc. in the area you want to move. It is possible to move with a job, a place to stay, and a good idea of what services are available in the area. With $25k in student loans, you need to maybe slow-down the classwork to part-time, so you can support yourself and pay for your classes as you go. At this rate, you'll be paying off what you already have for years and years to come. Moving is never easy, but it is always an adventure. Good Luck and Good Life.
You can't just pick up and move to North Carolina and expect to become a resident there. Most states require you to be there for 1 year or a 6 months before you can try and be a resident for tuition purposes. Just keep that in mind.
You just need to weigh the positive and the negative and the long term money that the extra school will give you. I would also highly reccomend checking the job market to make sure you will make more money with the extra degree. I would also check out the cost of living and the salary you and your boyfriend could have.
Seem like better you move back. But before then you should do some planning... Nowadays, you can find out more infor on the job market, accommodation etc from internet.. Or maybe ur fren can try to apply for a job online there first...
You already have a $25,000 student loan. Sounds like you have no or little money coming in and you want to go for another $12,000 student loan. The best advice go seek it professionally.
Do you realize that at a state college you would be charged out of state tuition right? Out of state is not cheaper.... just a heads up.
You haven't told us how old u are.