Forget sending your kids to law school. Coax them to become a cell phone for serious earning capacity.
LA Times’ Business Columnist David Lazarus has uncovered an interesting study analyzing cell phone costs and usage. The study may not be all that scientific, but the results are certainly note-worthy.
Apparently the results of their study indicate that, on average, one minute of talk time costs just over three dollars. That lunch break where you spent a half hour waiting to talk to Time Warner customer service? $90. Stick that in your skype and smoke it.