Ashton Kutcher will give you career advice for $5

Ashton Kutcher is teaming up with Popexpert to offer up his two (and a half) cents on career advice.
Ashton Kutcher is teaming up with Popexpert to offer up his two (and a half) cents on career advice.

Ashton Kutcher may come off as a silly dude, but with a net worth of $140 million, he proves that he doesn’t just play successful men, like Steve Jobs, in movies, he’s one in his own right. Now, he’s using his influence to help others get ahead. E! News reports that the “Two and a Half Men” star is partnering with Popexpert to give career advise in video form to anyone willing to fork over $5 to hear what he has to say. “Ashton is passionate about giving back and being about to mentor to young people,” a source tells E! News.

Popexpert specializes in “how to” and lecture videos to teach people new skills. Some videos are more hobby-based, like learning how to play guitar, while others are more career-oriented, such as an intro to marketing class. Kutcher will be a sort-of video based professor on the site. The first “class” is $5 and it’s $10 for each following class.

The site hasn’t formally announced the partnership yet and is keeping the live-date for the first video on lock. But rest assured, Kutcher’s “no strings attached” advice is on the way.



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