Jake Paul is seemingly launching a 'movement' for young people who don't want to go to college

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Creator and controversial YouTuber Jake Paul is launching a movement for like-minded young people called the "Financial Freedom Movement."

The movement kicks off with a rally in California this Saturday, and continue with a video series taped by Paul in collaboration with "business experts."

The videos will apparently "teach young adults about credit, jobs, insurance, loans, dealing with roommates, co-workers & bosses as well as social media, saving money and how to make extra money with apps, skills, brains & hustle."

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Jake Paul is launching a "movement" in the name of forgoing a college education, and after "months of preparation," it begins this Saturday, February 15, 2020.

In a promotional video for the event, Paul expressed sympathy with young people who are grappling with the pressure to "go to college, get a job, and retire at 65."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 62 new emoji and emoji variations were just finalized, including a bubble tea emoji and a transgender flag. Here's how everyday people submit their own emoji.See Also:Makeup YouTuber NikkieTutorials will be a host of this year's Eurovision Song ContestHow to watch all the movies nominated for the 2020 Oscars4 Fresno Airport employees were fired after they filmed a viral video goofing around with airport equipment at the end of their shift