By Meaghan Montrose
College is expensive. It has always been expensive. The problem is with the poor economy and the recent increases in college tuition, affording a college education is becoming harder and harder. College students are already graduating from college with mounds of debt and college loans and then have to face a competitive job market.
Skipping college is not the right solution for most students. Many jobs require a college degree. The best answer is to find a way to reduce the cost of college. The GoCollege.com blog has written a post that provides 5 Major Steps to Reducing the cost of College. One of the suggestions in the post is to attend a community college for the first year or two to earn the basic college course credits before attending a college or university to take specified courses for your desired degree.
Check out the post for more helpful money-saving tips.