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Last time, me and my uncle together with my mom discussed my fare, allowance, and tuition as a first-year student. My parents can't afford to study me in private school, so that's the reason I resented my only chance to study for free. I thought that I would stop for over a year due to financial issues. As usual, I know that I can still finance my studies if I would grind and find opportunities like a carabao. I'm just a human too, so doing it in my personal opinion is a consequence of getting sick.
I already wrote an article on Hive Blockchain about our conversation, so it's better if you will read this blog where I conferred the things we have discussed in my studies. We have more than an hour of conversation in Messenger, so writing it all in one article is not what I did. I have so many things to be shared in our conversation about my life in the present and the future.
I saw this photo on my Facebook feed, then I suddenly remember how would be my life someday. They graduated with degrees here in college, but they chose to be a farmer in Japan because of their high salary than to be firm on their pride. Imagine studying for more than four years in your preferred course, and you'll end up being a farmer in another country because the salary there is bigger.
My uncle graduated with Extension Education in Agriculture at CLSU, and I can say that he already has a good life in Australia. At first, he worked here in the Philippines, and his salary here is less than Php. 10,000 back from the 2010s. That is not a bad amount of money, especially since he didn't earn it in a dirty way. But then, he told me that his salary is not enough to sustain his wants. In life, we shall not be contented for less. We need to aim more.
After not being contented here in the Philippines, he worked as a farmer in Hawaii. However, he ended his contract for more than three years and stayed here in the Philippines for almost a year. Of course, he didn't quit working, and he tried to find other opportunities from abroad. Finally, his salary from being an agriculturalist with his additional sideline ranges from Php. 200,000 - Php. 230,000 per month. He's a reason I can still study in college although I failed to study in public.
Based on his experience, I have three choices in my future.
I can work on my course, but don't expect a high salary here in the Philippines. Maybe I might seek help from my aunt living in Singapore since the money can I earn is higher than this country. Since my course is BSBA Major in Banking and Microfinance, Google says that I don't need to take any board exam. I hope I can be a financial analyst soon!
I can earn bigger here in the Philippines, but I need to take BSA. As you know, that is my dream since I was in Grade 9 until before I graduated from Senior High School. After I failed in my first choice at CLSU, I began to doubt myself. I told them that I can't do it anymore as I'm afraid to fail, and being an irregular student because I shifted. My uncle told me that it is not yet late to shift as it is only the first sem, but I told them that I will still think about it. My mother wants to see me graduate from that path, but I'm afraid of failure and reaching the point where I would not be stressed on my chosen track. They're motivating me to study in that course, but I think I can't.
I can graduate in courses I want, and my uncle will help me to be like him soon. At first, he recommends that I should study like his course, but I disagree. I don't find any happiness in being an agriculture student, unlike others. It is one of the brightest futures I could have, so that's what will I choose.
Among all the choices I stated, what do you think is the best?