Reapplying: The Benefits of Continuing Education
Finding a career choice, changing programs/courses, getting a job and establishing one’s self in a chosen field are just a few of the reasons that can be attributed to not reapplying to schools and picking up where the textbook last closed.
However, there are a plethora of more convincing reasons to reopen that chapter of life.
Consider the following: increasing a Bachelor’s Degree to a Master’s can add almost $10,000 to a yearly salary.
Looking for a better job? Become more marketable to prospective hiring managers by adding new skill sets and honing current abilities by taking advanced courses to become an expert in the field.
Career advancement courses can lead to better job titles, freedom to change positions within an organization and increased salary.
Additionally, more connections can become available via continued education through not only the school’s network of resources, but personal connections as well.
Credentials and certifications are not the only value to be had by going back to school, but a personal sense of accomplishment and fulfilment when completing a course are feelings like no other.
Getting back into the swing of the classroom environment can be exhilarating after years spent in an office environment while providing a welcomed change of pace to the occupationally exhausted.
Whatever the case, it is never too late to change, as they say, and the New Year is as good of a time as any to commit to bettering oneself both intellectually and occupationally.
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