What was explaied to me is the period where I can work 9 months and if it don't work out can be right back on disability. That is good but the downfall is making the commitment with $9,000 loan to find out if it works. I graduate cap n gown and try out the workforce and after 6 months doesn't work so I go back on disability......................but still sitting with the $9,000 debt at around typically $80-120 month payback then taken out of my $900 a month federal checks. That's where it makes me tense with only $900 as it is and then another average $100 a month bill added to rest of bills n rent.
I would feel great with the accomplishment of getting my degree. However, I do make note of maybe just finding a part time bartending job for cash 8 hours a week or 32 hours a month at $9 an hour plus tips. Basically it would maybe be an extra $500 a month cash, "under the table".
No guarantee of finding jobs to pay just cash to me, and ones with tips added on. Going down the road of staying on disability and saying no to finish senior year at college does seem to be where a lot of people steer me. I won't deny both roads are just a roll of the dice. Just wondering what chances are better for success, improvement, increase income per month.
Which road would a lot of people steer towards and roll the dice on is what is really making me wonder.