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Terzel Ron Shares How He Makes $150k A Year Working From Home

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Terzel Ron, the son of undocumented immigrants from Guyana, grew up in a one-bedroom South Bronx apartment with three other siblings. He now earns $150,000 per year as a result of his hard work.

Ron knew from the start that the key to his success was to prioritize his education. According to CNBC Make It, his ability to earn more was determined by his level of education. This meant working hard to get a college scholarship.

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He received a full academic scholarship to New York University in Manhattan, where he pursued a degree in TV production after developing an interest in media and on-air hosting. Despite his scholarship, Ron continued to work part-time jobs to supplement his income.

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“I never partied or had a social life in college, because I was always busy with three or four jobs,” he told CNBC Make It. “I took out a large meal plan, and it fell a bit out of the bounds of my scholarship. By the time I graduated, that tallied to a little under $10,000 in student loans,” he said.

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After nine months of job hunting, Ron landed a job as a production assistant with ViacomCBS in March 2019. While working there, he was able to pay off $5,000 of his student loans. He left ViacomCBS in 2019 after being hired by a large television network and relocated to Los Angeles with his girlfriend to work as an associate producer.

He now earns less than $110,000 per year from that job, as well as around $40,000 from a second, part-time job as a production manager for a video chat app that pays by the hour. Ron is now financially secure, but he still works seven days a week, from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. on weekdays and 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends.

He invests nearly half of his earnings. Make CNBC The 25-year-old “has over $70,000 saved between investments and cash, with roughly two-thirds of that tied up in a variety of cryptocurrencies, including Ethereum,” according to the report. Ron told the outlet that he realized that money was the only way to ensure long-term stability in life, so he never wanted to spend it but rather save and grow it.

He learned how to spend money as he grew up. He spent his adolescence with a missing tooth in the front of his mouth until he was 18. He had to work part-time jobs to pay for his dental care because his mother’s health insurance plan was limited and did not cover dental care.

In 2022, Ron, who now resides in Los Angeles, is making more money than ever before and plans to purchase his first home later this year.

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