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6. Research Cost of Education

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Different careers may require different types of training or a degree. The cost of education for a career depends on the type of education required and the school or organization that offers the education. In this video, you will research the cost of the education required to enter the fields you’ve listed. This is an important factor to consider when choosing a career path.

To begin, research the cost of the minimum education required for the first career.

List each source and what they state the cost of the education would be.

Type “Average” under your sources, and make it bold.

To average your results, copy and paste the AVERAGE formula from a cell you applied it to previously.

Double-check the copied formula to confirm the correct cell reference was used. Then repeat these steps to find the average education costs for additional careers.

Now, it’s your turn: Insert education cost data and sources, Add an “average” label under your sources and bold it, Use a formula to calculate average education costs, And repeat these steps for additional careers.

Instructions

  1. Insert education cost data and sources.
  2. Add an “average” label under your sources and bold it.
  3. Use a formula to calculate average education costs.
  4. Repeat these steps for additional careers.