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 and get your master degree or go for a job immediately?
Depends on how old you are, can you afford further studies financially, what industry you want to be in? Certain industry prefers experience, others qualifications
Unless you are in medicine or law, few career paths require or highly reward a master's degree. Don't hide in school from the job market, piling up more debt. Go for a job, see what you want to do and what benefits your career.
by Marcus T Caine6 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 rlaha6 years ago
Did you find a job right away or did you take some time off to think what you wanted to do? Did you go straight into grad school? I'm just curious because I'm graduating on Thursday. My ideal goal is to work but...
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?
by faisalnayab7 years ago
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...
by shawna.wilson5 years ago
What are the requirements/qualifications for teaching online courses for a community college?
by khmohsin7 years ago
Some people say degree matters, Some say certification matters more...What actually matters more...?If I have Masters degree, is it necessary to get certification for good job?
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