Approximately half from the millennials reported feeling “broke,” but many of these same respondents said these were happy with the choice they made in terms of which school to go to. So ultimately, does money really matter around we believe? It does give us the ability to do the things we want to do – parties, trying new foods, traveling, shopping. It also causes us to be nervous, because paying to do the enjoyment things means being stressed about having enough money for that essentials, like food. Our way of life center around our bank statements, but jeopardizing our finances is the only way we appear to feel fulfilled.
No longer is really a bachelor’s degree a no-brainer way to succeed. It creates piles of debt with no guaranteed job. Not just that, but some people don't even know what they want to be and wind up finishing their degree with less of a feeling of who they really are.
Whatever you choose to fill your 20's with, you should know yourself inside and outside – what you want, where you desire to be and whom you wish to become. This could mean a university degree, however this could also mean traveling for a year. It may sound counterproductive, but that is just the Ghosts of Societal Value's Past haunting your judgment. Believe me, drowning in debt isn't worth the picture from the Swiss Alps you are dying to post on Instagram.