At some point in our lives we realise that the only way to move ahead is by studying further. Knowledge is continuous and we can never consider it to be limited to school and college, it is something that is experienced on a daily basis.
There are however many things we consider before pursuing education after a long gap of work.
1. What do I want to be?
Perhaps what you are doing right now is not what you really want to be, but it is a stepping stone to your real ambition. However there is no clear cut way to get what we want and you never know what courses are going to get you where you want to go.
But if there is one thing most our college diplomas and degrees taught us, it's what doors the course can open for us than what the course actually entails.
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2. Will I get a job after doing this?
The reason you are considering further studies is to find better opportunities, but what if it doesn't bear fruit and you end up an unemployed graduate. Starting from square one despite having higher qualifications, is probably any graduate student's worst nightmare.
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