Many parents find themselves thinking about and hoping for their kids’ future wellbeing. Will they find a job? Will that job provide them with a sustainable living?
A parent’s concern for their child’s future well being is only natural, though it can be surrounded with many uncertainties. What if we told you that there are three things proven to keep your child out of poverty?
Three Ways to Nearly Guarantee Your Teen’s Future Well Being
Here at Shepherd’s Hill Academy, after a student’s healthy behavior is stabilized, their parents very often switch their primary concern to Junior’s professional future. Though it seems to be nothing more than common sense, the Washington D.C. think tank, The Brookings Institute, has concluded something parents of average IQ have known all along.
They found three things our kids need to do to keep themselves out of poverty. Finish high school, don’t have kids out of wedlock, and get a job. Only 2% of folks who do these things will end up in poverty; meanwhile, roughly 75% will at least be in the middle class. It might be a good idea to share these stats with your kids.