In today’s competitive, highly-educated business world, some college degrees end up being worth more than others. Trying to decide which is the right degree for you to pursue can be confusing, daunting, and entirely too full of options. In trying to determine the best degree to pursue, there is a myriad of factors that go into what’s best for you.
Although I already have a job that normally requires a bachelors degree I am beginning my pursuit of my bachelors this fall to open up my options and earning potential even more! I am excites to start at OSU!!! #gobeavs
Interesting report about the US' widening skills gap, rethinking the "college for all" approach, and how to better prepare youth for productive, fulfilling careers. Just 56% of students enrolling in a four-year college attain a bachelor's degree after 6 years. Less than 30% of those enrolled in community college obtain an associate's degree within 3 years. Only 30% of African Americans and fewer than 20% of Latinos in their mid-20s have an associate's degree or higher.
Matthew Doyle is currently pursuing his bachelor's degree in criminal justice and hopes to advance in rank as a law enforcement officer after graduation! Read his story! #HodgesU #lawenforcement #inspire