Consider these three questions. First, what is a loan? Second, how is it typically is structured? Third, do you know how much you will be paying back if you borrowed x amount? I always wished someone had personally educated me and answered these very questions.
It has been almost 20 years since I chose my college (an expensive one), and almost 10 since I made my decision to pursue a career in pharmacy (a smarter choice, but still expensive one). I consider myself fortunate because my profession (for the most part) allows me to pay back the student loan I have accumulated and still enjoy a lifestyle I had imagined.
Tae Kwan received his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Temple University School of Pharmacy and expects to receive a Master of Business Administration from Fox School of Business in 2017. Upon graduation from pharmacy school, he joined one of the NCI designated comprehensive cancer cancers in the Philadelphia region as an oncology pharmacist. Recently, he hung up his white coat to pursue a new career in marketing for a medication automation company. During his time off, he enjoys playing piano, occasional computer games, and web development. He is also an avid cyclist.