What are the advantages of getting a bachelor's degree?
Is it worth it for most people? ...for writers?
I would refer you to this link articles:
http://education.yahoo.net/articles/ben … cation.htm
Any degree of education is a most positive asset to anyone for their advancement. As you learn you improve and impower self. Thanks for the question Ms. Laura
For writers, not really. The quality of your work is what matters most, unless you want to be an editor. Then you need practice. But it usually depends on the degree. In Computer Science or Finance, the degree is almost gold.
The advantage is you'll have something that nobody can never take away from you - knowledge!
As for writers, you can get a teaching job in creative writing or English while working on your writing on the side.
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