What is the value of a formal graduation degree according to you?
I guess that depends on your major, and what College means to you.
There are some fields, in which a college degree cannot even help you find a job.
To me, a degree doesn't really equate. As a hairstylist, we are licensed and certified..some might consider that a degree of sorts.
It definitely depend son the major and the field of work as well. MBA's are so popular now that they may break that degree down to a more tangible program.
The value of a formal graduation degree depends on if you get a job after you graduate. If you get a job that reflects all of the hard work you have put in during your college years than your degree has a very high value. If you get a job that is not in your field, then the value cannot be determined. If you do not get a job at all, well, that is another story.
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