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FC: The Real World | Braxton Beshears
1: Table of Contents | Education....................2 Profession....................3 City Overview..............4-5 Standard Living............6-7 Household Items...........8-9 Transportation.............10-11 Grocery list................12-13 Entertainment.............13-14
2: I attended Auburn University. It is located in Auburn, Alabama. I chose auburn university for its reputable engineering program. I majored in Chemical Engineering. I am now looking for a job as production manager at a plant. I chose this profession because I excel in math and science. | Education | W A R | E AG L E | &
3: P r o f e s s i o n | Chemical Engineer | Duties of this job include conducting research and finding new methods for using chemicals. My annual salary would be around 100k. My ultimate goal at this profession would be to run and manage a large plant or facility.
5: Overview Now that I've graduated I plan to move to Huntsville, Alabama. I chose this city because of the numerous job opportunities in my profession, here. The city is located in North Alabama, close to Decatur. Entertainment in this area includes many quality restaurants, concerts, and museums. Moist people in this city work in business corporations. The crime in this city is high
6: Standard Living
7: I'm going to live at Huntsville Parc. Rent here is $815 a month. In order to move in I'll need to pay a $100 fee. Features include a large gated community, with outdoor patios, and a resort style swimming pool. Other fees would include a gas and electric bill. | General Info.
8: H o u s e h o l d | I t e m s
9: I chose the apartment with basically nothing because I saved money per month. Therefore I had to purchase almost all the home furnishings. With the assistance of my graduation present, I spent around $2,800. This amount caused me to add more to my monthly budget. The majority of these expenses came from home appliances like the stove and fridge. Some of my priorities were to get a nice TV and a well-made washer and dryer. Some things that I had to do without were a nice stove and a computer.
11: At this point in the project I can afford a car. I have chosen a 2014 Corvette Stingray as my car. I will need to pay $60,414.66 total for this. My APR is 5%and my monthly payment will be $1118.75 for 54 months. Total interest on this vehicle is $6414.66.
12: Grocery List
13: My grocery total for this month was 178. $14 on cereal, $30 on sandwiches, $41 on hygiene, and $93 on other food and drinks. The majority of my funds were spent on food because I'm a hungry guy. I believe the amount of food I bought will be sufficient but living of Ramen noodles and Dr. Pepper will be hard. While making this I learned that my car makes me rely on my microwave too much.
14: Entertainment | Miscellaneous
15: After all my bills I have $745 to spend on entertainment. I've sent aside $150 for home maintenance in case anything breaks; $30 for vehicle maintenance in case anything on my car breaks; $70 for fast food in case I run out of food and have to pick something up; $24 for hair cuts so I stay clean cut; $150 for entertainment so I can go out with friends; $300 for shoes and clothes so I stay fresh hoping out the Corvette; and no money for pets because my apartment doesn't allow any, but I'll have a hamster on the sneak, I'll feed it my leftovers.
16: Budget Summary
18: About the Author
19: When Braxton gets older, he hopes to complete 4 years of college at Auburn University and start his career. His/her advice for students that will be entering the 9th grade next year is “Never say Mrs. A’s first name, she will write you up.” | Braxton Beshears is a 9th grader at Oxford High School. He enjoys playing baseball, buying clothes and going out with friends. When it comes to writing Braxton likes to write about sports, funny events and the illusive Chupacabra. He finds the most challenging part of writing to be getting started