There's no bad reason to acquire a degree. Even if you are applying for work that will not use your particular degree, you may determine that holding a degree at all frames you in a more well-set position over other applicants for the same position. A college degree is becoming increasingly important in today's business world. You need to take every opportunity that is accessible to you in order to get your college degree... more http://hubpages.com/hub/bachelor-grade
by Danielle Lopez4 years ago
With the rising cost of tuition, increased debt amongst young adults, and the low job rate, is college even necessary anymore? Too many college graduates are unable to find jobs and have a large chunk of school debt...
by Riece2 years ago
The common wisdom is that you should go to college, get a good education, and find a job afterwards and you will be financially successful. Isn't that an outdated concept? The average college grad is unemployed for two...
by Noor10 months ago
What is your priority after you get your bachelor degree? Master degree or a job?After graduating from the University and getting your bachelor degree. What do you think is the best? Go ahead and continue your education...
by OprahJr8 years ago
To wear your wedding ring to work or not wear it to work is the question, and depending on what you're trying to accomplish, I believe I have the answers. Things are absolutely less Carol Brady and more real life...
by vamenasco3 years ago
Does a college degree really help land/ keep a great job in today's society? Your thoughts?With pay cuts and lay offs on the rise in today's culture, can having a degree(s) guarantee your spot among employers? Please...
by molto7 years ago
i have 11 years of school education plus five years bachelor degree in engineering...am i...eligible for h1b visa without experience?
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