I would weigh a few options:
(1) What is your final career goal? Your career may require a higher degree or more education experience.
(2) Would your career pay you more for a higher degree? Some positions pay a higher salary for someone with more education.
(3) How are you going to pay for more education? Depending on the school, you might be able to work and take classes simultaneously. You may have to take out student loans to help pay for school. Some employers will pay part or all of your tuition if you can provide a form of guarantee that you will work for him or her for a set amount of time.
(4) What do you want to do? It's really up to you. Some people are lifelong learners and take classes for their entire lives. Others take just enough. Everyone is different.
How do you feel about learning?
What style of learning suits you best (school, hands on labor...)?
How much money do you need and what type of lifestyle do you want?
The question is, do I think I'm ready or do I want to know more? Honestly, I wish I could make money studying. It is what I've done for years and what I focus my life around. Which degrees should I get? How many more do I want? What others do I qualify for? Etc.
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 Isn't that an outdated concept?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 Satire Thoughts5 years ago
Do you prefer higher education or trade school?
by Toni Northern5 years ago
People go to school now, been going since 2008, and they've put their money, time, and attention into getting a college degree. The university or college they go to guarantees knowledge about the subject they were...
by bankscottage6 years ago
Should the role of Community Colleges in higher education be expanded?
by rutley2 years ago
Are you intimidated by someone with a higher education than you?Do you feel dumber, that you can't compete or just insecure that they know more than you?
by Amanda S5 years ago
What do you do if your teenager decides not to go to collage?If your teenager decides not to go to collage what should you do? Do you make them get a job? Make them start paying bills? Do you continue to allow...
Copyright © 2018 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.