I've been in your shoes, and the constant working does make you a bit more financially responsible, IMHO.Becca_007 said:I'm working on my last class to complete my bachelor's degree; Major in accounting. Until last April I worked full-time since high school, so it's taken me a while to get through. I can't wait to get this degree and back to work though.
MBA would be a great fit with engineering if you're looking to management or project management. I suggest starting earlier rather than later, especially if you current company will cover a majority or all of your tuition and fees. I regret not having started three years sooner. Good luck!Ace said:Michigan State University Business/ Engineering Amum here :here:
Now looking into the MBA program, a possible Masters/ Doctorite or maybe law school.
Just not sure if I can bring myself to go back to school yet. Cause the next round is not gonna be hte same party the first round was! :cheers:
Need4Speed750 said:Im currently trying to decide if a career change is in order for me..do I stay in computers/techsupport/etc..or do I follow my dream of working on bikes..jsut so much involved with, time, money etc...tuff tuff decision..
GSXR750DJ said:If that is want you want to do...then do it. Don't do something that your not happy in. I bet Missy tells you this all the time. Be happy with what you want to do. We back you 100% on it. You know and I do as well you love motorcycles...get into it. Go for it and be happy. :dthumb:
Need4Speed750 said:you screwed if u do, ur screwed if u dont..if u get a degree, they'll call you overqualified, and if you dont, they hardly even look at you these days. :skep:
real world experience is the best way to boost ur standing with an employer, but these days, in my industry, u gotta have the freekin degrees on ur resume, now more than ever.