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Let’s get really transparent about the “cost” of this education.

Step 1 ⇢ Select you current yearly salary

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If you work hourly, contracting, or currently do not hold a job, just approximate.

Step 2 ⇢ Select your predicted yearly salary

(some example average salaries from Glassdoor) as of 11/2020

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Income Service Agreement % is based on salary when you get a job - and paid over 24 months. ISA total payback will not excede it's cap.

By your calculations - (If you think about 3 years from now) you'll have made {{overThreeYears | toCurrency}} {{moreOrLess}} than you would have in your current job.

That's {{differenceInSalary | toCurrency}} {{moreOrLess}} a year.

And you'll have it all paid off in only 2 years or less!

But, hey - loving your work is more important than the $ amount. And you'll be growing a lot over the next few years.

20 years is how long it takes the average indebted graduate to pay off their student loans, with a current average $32,731 debt per loans *.

The big sales pitch!

Based on these outcomes, your education will cost you some money (and a fair amount of your time) - but in terms of opportunity cost - it's kinda like the course is free... and really - it's costing you {{opportunityCost | toCurrency}} a year to NOT take the leap.

Researching and planning and designing and building things and testing them and refining them - is really fun. You'll get paid to learn on the job. OR you could just move boxes around at FedEx or Amazon...

Over 10 years... it's likely you'll make {{overTenYears | toCurrency}} more than you would in your current position. (and it's fun!)

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