Trevor Klee, he admits, is a “terrible employee.” But he’s great at working for himself — and at taking tests.
So the 25-year-old entrepreneur started a thriving business of his own. As a test prep instructor in Cambridge, Massachusetts, he brings in $100,000 a year tutoring people for the GMAT, GRE and LSAT. “It’s one of those weird skills that turned out to be really monetizable,” he tells CNBC Make It.
Klee is the first to acknowledge he’s benefited from both luck and privilege: “Growing up in a family that talked a lot about money was a definite advantage,” he says. “In a lot of ways, I feel like I’m good with money, but I’m playing life on ‘Easy’ mode: I’m a single guy with no dependents and I make a pretty solid income.”
Here’s a look at how Klee earns, saves and spends his money, and how he gives it away.
He’s 25 years old and makes $100,000 a year paying $825 rent.
When I was 25 I made $30,000 a year paying $900 rent.
I don’t understand who these articles are for.
Gen X & Baby Boomer media is about making millennials feel shitty about not being exponentially more successful and more educated than they had to be at the same age to maintain the same standard of living. Y’all had my salary with a HS diploma working at Auto Zone. Go away.