If you have a Bachelor's/Master's/ Ph.D. in Liberal Arts, Humanities, & the soft sciences, have you
degree served you well financially? Did you get a job commensurate with your major &/or educational level or had to settle for jobs that did not require a high educational level? If unsuccessful in your job/career endeavors, did you wish that you have attained a more job relevant degree? For those who were more adventurous, resourceful, entrepreneurial, &/or flexible, did you take jobs/careers in other areas, even started one's own business/brand?
I am working on my doctorate in Sociology but I already have a masters in Sociology. I think that my degree served me well. I'm qualified to teach college but also to do statistics which opens a lot of doors. With statistics you can get a lot of jobs in different areas. I've chosen to be a college professor though so with my doctorate the degree should pay off. I've already been teaching college for 5 years and once I get my final degree I should be paid more money and have a higher status.
by Paula 3 years ago
Are you satisfied with your Level of Education, or do you feel you should have gone further?
by Marcus T Caine 9 months ago
Which is better, to get your masters degree or to get experience?Would it be better to get a degree or to get experience?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
There are people who graduate with degrees in liberal arts, humanities, and the so-called soft sciences. Although they have an arduous task before them in regards to finding jobs and/or establishing careers that are commensurate with their education. Oftentimes, such graduates had...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 17 months ago
If you majored in liberal arts or the soft sciences, was your degree profitable career-wise?Why? Why not?
by Sylud1120 3 years ago
Currently, which one do you believe is valued more? A Master's degree, or work experience?
by Emayordomo 3 years ago
What's a Bachelor's degree really worth these days?
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