Wednesday @WiseBread: 10 Classes That Can Pay for Themselves by @ohmanalive
Last week we talked about Hobbies and now this week we talk about education classes. I was thinking of returning to school but I’m trying to decide do I want a degree or a certificate. I’ll keep you updated…
Classes already help you grow as a person, but a lot of classes offer more than knowledge — they offer a way to make money in the long run, whether it be through resume-building skills or honing a particular crafty talent. Below is a list of 10 classes that can pay for themselves. But remember — you only get out of a class what you put into it, so expect to do a little grunt work. (See also: 10 Awesome Money-Making Hobbies)
1. Business Class
Small business incubators are popping up in cities across the country. Most are non-profits, there to help wannabe entrepreneurs figure out what they need to make their business idea work. Others are offered by a city or town, there to help the community grow. I’m currently taking a collaborative business class from Launch Chattanooga. Learning how to market my ideas and budget my money and time, as well as meeting my fellow community members, has already made the class well worth it.
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Posted on June 27, 2012, in Uncategorized and tagged Business, Business class, Chattanooga Tennessee, DVD, Education, Jennifer Holder, Launch Chattanooga, Small Business. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.