How I Built 8 Income Sources By Age 26


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This video is about how I built 8 income sources by the age of 26. Some of them are passive income, some of them are semi passive, and some are active income. In this video I'll talk about what they are and go over how I built them up.
Building different streams of income is important, especially with the ups and downs of the recent economy. You never know when you might get fired, lose your job, get kicked out of your apartment, have the government stop you from kicking people out of your apartment etc etc etc. If you have multiple income streams aka other ways of making money you don't have to rely on one that can be taken from you at any time just by a little bad luck.

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Sources and further readings for jobs and college degrees:
bls.gov(bureau of labor statistics)
nces.ed.gov(national center for educational statistics)
payscale(provides information on jobs and degrees)