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Will high education help for find a good job?


Before when not many students dare or could afford to go for bachelor or master degrees obtaining that levels of education were one of most valuable assets that job applicants could present on a job interview. Nowadays more and more people getting their masters and this makes professional and personal skills prevail everything what you might have on paper.

Why education is desired?

Despite everything many people still associate getting degree with finding a good job. When in many cases that thinking might be correct because individuals with high education have better chance to be accepted for a job position than those who do not have it, but there is no guaranty to anything. On the other hand, some people just want to study. They enjoy sitting and listening lectures or discussing some lecture topics with the class. Usually for such persons getting a degree is a big personal achievement and not a key to future career and success.

What education brings?

Degree usually helps those people who have the right attitude to that. If you enroll in the college just to kill your time and wait until your graduation day will come then you probably really waste some part of your life, efforts, and money for trying to get it. Everyone needs to decide why they need that education and what it might bring them as a reward. That's why it is important to gain as much skill while pursuing your degree as possible and not concentrate on getting higher education itself. Any degree might be useless if you won’t get enough necessary knowledge while pursuing it.


When is high education helpful?

You should remember that to be successful in your career, the degree is just supplement and not a guaranty of getting a good job / pay or anything else. High education usually is helpful to market yourself to employers when you use it as one of many assets to be attractive to the company. Only highly skilled employees are valuable and merit a good pay for that.

How to make your degree pay off?

- Set your goals and priorities. All the time make schedules, plans, and set deadlines. That way a person won’t think he has whole life ahead and something may be done later. Never set aside ‘must do’ things otherwise the probability that you do not finish them is very high.

- Get knowledge along with practice. You need to make a plan how to apply your knowledge to practice. That's why consider to get a job related to your field of study or volunteering. Our memory is weak if we concentrate on just drilling study materials. That’s why it is important to combine knowledge with practice and apply learned materials to work.

- Invest. Everyone knows that money makes more money. Good businessmen make investments all the time in order to gain on it. The same way students should consider their education as an investment in their future and possibly a highly paid job. However, invest not only in education, but more importantly in skills. To succeed they must put all the efforts and time while getting a job ready.