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The Real World

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BC: Published by Chase Rinehart Publishing

FC: The Real World By: Chase Rinehart

1: About the Author: Chase Rinehart is a 9th grade student at Oxford High School. He enjoys fishing , hunting and playing sports. When it comes to writing Chase likes to write about anything that is fun. Chase finds the most challenging part of writing to be coming up with the ideas to write about. When Chase gets older, he hopes to become a sports medicine doctor. His/her advice for students that will be entering the 9th grade next year is to take Mrs. Armbresters class and to make sure you have good grades.

2: Table of Contents | 1 about the author 1-3 table of contents 4-5 Education and profession 6-7- city overview 8-9 Standard living 10-11 Household items 12-13 transportation 14-15- miccilaniou 16- budget reflection

4: Education | I attended the University of Alabama located in Tuscaloosa Alabama I chose this university because it offers the major I intend to obtain also the university is located near in Alabama I majored in Medical profession I am now looking for a job as a sport medicine doctor in Birmingham Alabama I chose this profession because its what I've always wanted to do and it pays really well

5: The key responsibilities of being a sports medicine doctor include Work with athletes to diagnose treat and prevent injuries. Check athletes to discover what the injury is. Plan for treatment. Check athletes before events. Teach athletes how to prevent injuries Help manage pain with medicine. | The annual salary for the job is $156,871 a year | The ultimate goal in the profession is to one day own my own major sports medicine organization

6: City overview

7: Once i graduate I plan on moving to Vestavia Hills and Birmingham Alabama Area, I chose this city because it is close to the place i want to work at also because it is in Alabama close to Oxford. The population of the city is 24,448 and is close to Pelham, Homewood, and Mountain Brook. The main forms of entertainment in the city is in Birmingham (which is a few minutes away) which has malls, sports, zoos, movies, and other things. The majority of people in the city work as sales representatives and health care professions. Vestavia Hills crime rate is low compared to the national average

9: I plan on living in the Abbey at Vestavia Falls apartment complex in Vestavia hills. The rent for the apartment I will stay in is $760 per month. To move in I will have to pay a $85 deposit. Some features in this apartment include a pool, free wifi, private balconies, and a fitness room. Each month i will have to pay a cable bill ($45.37), water ($50), cell phone ($120), Electricity ($125), and a renters insurance ($75) | Standard Living

10: Household items

11: The apartment i chose came equipped with just a refrigerator so i had to pay to furnish my apartment which included buying a sofa, stove, washer dryer, chair, tables, beds and other home needs. With my graduation present i only had to spend $436 of my monthly budget the majority of the money was spent on small house hold things such as dining wear. My priories of furnishing my apartment where I had to have a nice T.V and nice furniture. Something i had to do without was the mini fridge and a love seat.

12: Transportation

13: At this point in the project i could afford a car and i chose a 2014 Dodge Challenger Raylle. This car cost $27,469 and will cost me $521.64 for 66 months with a APR of 5%

14: Grocery List

15: My total of my grocery bill was $277 I purchased items categorized in Breakfast- $28 Health- $ 32 Meat- $42 Perishable- $91 Other- $85 The majority of my money was spent in the perishable category because i like Ramon noodles and poptarts I believe that the list will be efficient because i will eat out some throughout the month as well. In creating this list i learned that grocery shopping can be difficult to do.

16: Miscellaneous

17: After all my deduction i have $2,224 for the month to spend on myself Savings- $400 Home maintenance- $150 Vehicle maintenance- $150 Fast food- $150 Hair cut- $50 Entertainment- $200 Clothing- $300 Shoes- $350 Pet care- $50

18: Budget reflection

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