Is it worth it to get a Ph.D.?
I guess it depends on what field you're in, but if you don't plan on teaching, do the benefits of getting your Ph.D. outweigh the costs?
guess it does ... at least an eccentric doing the Ph.D gets focused ... meaning, becomes Concentric ... and that, sure helps in this modern ... a theories based, world .
I guess it is because if you have gone through the process of graduate, postgraduate with masters then why not finish the process and see where it takes you on the journey of learning. Focussed learning is my bet any day over vague generalised thought processes. Humaninity can only gain in that arena. Thanks for the question.
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