The Value of Higher Education
May 1, 2007
It's more important than ever to have a college education. But the best thing is to have a graduate degree. Here's why...
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posted by M. Masterson @ 9:02 AM,
- At 12:41 PM, said...
So, how do I do that? Get an advanced degree? I have a high school diploma (graduated in the top 10% in my class) in 1993. Took one year of college 93-94, which credits would probably count for a pat on the back now.
I'm now a stay-at-home, homeschooling mother of 2 (soon to be 3).
Granted, I'm not interested in a career, but some extra money for their higher educations would be great, not to mention my own future. Shoot, an inexpensive but relaxing vacation would be well received.
Should I consider something more along the lines of a home-based business? (Admittedly, I'm tempted by AWAI's copywriting training program).
It's fair to say, I think, that higher education for an employed career is *not* in my future prospects.
So, any other suggestions?