Bachelor's degree at age 50?

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Asked at 2012-09-06 06:34:11
Would it be worth it for a middle-aged man to obtain a bachelor's degree ? 've Been thinking about it and have even applied and accepted by an online university . I Business - Management . What is the chance of getting a job with that degree ? How much would my age factor into it ? Do not wanna be an old man with a point , you have to work at Arby for the rest of your life to pay their student loans. Nothing against Arby , and I love them ! MedlinePlus There are a lot of big factories in my area . I work in the largest, and I would have a very hard time staying there , even with a better position . I know I should have received an early education in life , but I chose a path that does not go as planned. Is it too late to change things ?
Answer1CarleighAnswered at 2012-10-25 14:42:21
You have correctly identified the factors you should consider:
MedlinePlus This load level with loans relatively late in life? MedlinePlus Does the degree boost your career ? MedlinePlus MedlinePlus It may be possible to get a title "tailored" to the industry , but no guarantees
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