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Not a guarantee, but a big step up.

What do you do for a living? Do you love your current job and employer? Here's the big question; are you earning the salary that you desire?

You know what I mean. We'd all love to be billionaires, but it simply doesn't work out that way most of the time. Billionaries really do think differently than the rest of us. So regardless of how you make your living, it's well known that higher education plays a major role, the higher the better.

There's so much competition out there for the juicy jobs that we need to do everything we can to improve oiur prospects. We all have to acquire those much-desired skills and vie for our spots in the work force.

That University degree program, whether online or off, has become crucial to earning a decent buck. Did you go to college and achieve that BA or BS (or better?) If your answer is yes, then good for you. However, if you haven't, it's not too late.

The benefits of a University Degree are difficult to measure. Does going to college for a minimum of four years guarantee a gargantuan paycheck? The answer is a plain and simple "no." Like everything else, going choices and good effort are essential. It's that old 1% inspiration and 99% persiration thing.

However, by investing in a solid University degree program, you are increasing your chances for employment by about 90%. (And we're assuming that you're not going for that degree in some form of nichey history or art program.) Not to mention you open up many other doors regarding higher paying, and more desirable positions.

Employers love to take a glance at your resume and spot that degree achievement. This lets them know that you're serious about acquiring a decent career, and are able and willing to work hard. After all, if you've devoted four or more years to a University degree program, then you're probably willing to put forth some effort in the workforce.

Once I graduated from college, I was stoked about making my resume. I could actually say that I had a bachelor's degree. That just feels outstanding. A certain confidence rolls over you when you present your academic achievements.

Have you looked into a degree program for your future? Maybe you're just finishing up high school and are preparing for that college road that lies close ahead. One thing that many individuals have to remember concerns age.

Just because you did not attend college immediately following high school, doesn't mean that you can't now. higher education is not exclusive to 18 year olds. You can even be middle-aged and head back to college for a new degree. Folks just like yourself do it all the time.

Just do some research into what employers are looking for these days, apply yourself, and you may just find yourself in a much cushier position. Good luck!