Logic Of The Day: 03.04.2019.
I know way too many people who borrowed tens of thousands of dollars and spent years going to college only to figure out they didn’t want a job using their major, or that there simply weren’t enough jobs available, or if there were, that the pay was less than what they needed.
If you want to change careers and you are not sure what you want to do, going back to college is a very expensive way to figure it out.
There are only two good reasons to go back to school: either you want to learn for the sake of learning and don’t necessarily expect a job afterward, or you researched extensively what you need to do to enter a specific profession, and determined you need the additional learning or degree.
Specific is the key word here: if you go back to school to get a job, you need to know exactly why you are going. Do not expect the school to figure it out for you.
~ Aurora Meneghello ( 6 Things You Don’t Want to Hear About Changing Careers; But Need to Anyway)
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