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how can I make good money?

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Antonio’s Answer

Discover within what make you happy and satisfied within. That could be a trade that you enjoy or plans to obtain a degree of choice. It first starts with your decision. Invest in that decision by putting forth your best efforts to learn and develop that particular skill set. Maintain a positive mindset until you see the outcome of what you planned in your mind become a reality.
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Xiaojie Johan’s Answer

Hello Lincoln,

There are a multitude of ways you can make good money, but I'd say the quickest way (but not the easiest way to do it) is through studying a STEM degree in college and getting a job in a STEM field. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. By studying a field like Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics or Economics, it enables you to either find a great job after college. Of course, internships at certain firms during college will help you to get there.

There are other ways to make good money after high school which does not include college, but since this is the path I am familiar with, I have given my 5 cents here.

Best of luck.

Best regards,

Johan
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Mahi’s Answer

Find a trade you will be hard at, have post-graduate plans, apply to jobs, and obtain an undergraduate degree. In addition, make connections and surround yourself with like-minded people.
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Felisa’s Answer

Consider this: How much do you aspire to earn as your monthly income? Remember, this is a personal decision and varies from person to person, based on what they perceive as a substantial income. My advice would be to start by completing your high school education, then identify a college that aligns with your dreams and pursue a degree in your chosen field. Working part-time while studying could give you a financial boost, enabling you to save and be self-sufficient. It's also crucial to establish a monthly budget to guide your spending and ensure you're saving a portion of your income. Ultimately, what constitutes a good income is entirely up to you—it's a balance of your budgeting skills, saving capacity, and future planning.
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