The best way would be to find a way to finance the schooling through a community college, with grants and or loans. The cost of the college is much less than the commitment to the carrier training programs (generally under $4,000 at a college, as much as $6,000 with some carriers). Also there are carriers who will reimburse your training cost after hiring you. If you commit to a carrier for the training, you usually sign a loan note which they can sell. If you leave their employ for any reason, quit or terminated (they don’t need cause to terminate you) you are still obligated to repay the inflated cost of the training.
undefinedGregory Mankiw plays a small but important role in the political ecology: an accomplished Harvard professor who validates Republican economic policies. It’s almost impossible to find empirical support for debt-financed tax cuts, but when George W. Bush proposed them, Mankiw and his Harvard pedigree were there to reassure that they were “fiscally responsible” and would surely lead to higher growth. The failure of these reassurances to come true has not prompted Mankiw to reassess his thinking. That’s because the fundamental basis for his beliefs about such matters has nothing to do with economics. Mankiw believes rich people deserve to keep their money, regardless of economic consequences.