posted on Jun, 1 2016 @ 11:42 AM
I agree with one of the other posters about not getting yourself into unforgivable student loans at this point.
I am going to be blunt now, please don't take it the wrong way.
I am an investor, what would be in it for me?
Is your niche' niche-ey enough?
My first impression, without a doubt is no.
It is more about providing a needed service or item to a person.
That is where your value is built.
I see a lot of failures with businesses when they want to sell what THEY like also, the mistake is in thinking the market will be as excited.
If you really like x industry, then you need to find where the money is at in x industry.
While I know less than jack about x industry, I do know about pay structures.
My guess is the owner makes bank and the coders do all the hard work.
Long term, where do you want to be?
Should you get into years of school, or build your credit to pay rent and pay one employee?
To start your own company, or train yourself to make someone else money?
The initial battle to get going sucks, but the payoff is well beyond the sacrifices made.
-that IS literally the million dollar question
There are a bunch of ways to aquire businesses. You can often buy distressed, restructure and profit easier than from scratch build ups, so you have
I just wouldn't willfully place myself as an employee in an industry w/o outside assurances of upward movement within a company.
Just my opinion, take it with a grain of salt