If you’re thinking about going back to school once you’re no longer on active duty, great. Earning a degree is one of the best ways to immediately boost your income. The Bureau of Labor Statistics explains that earning a master's degree may even net you an $80,000 per year wage premium over someone in a similar position that holds a bachelor’s degree.
Today, Herb Ammons offers insight on going back to
school as a veteran so that you can take control of your finances and remove
one worry from your life.
Why Should I Go Back to School?
That’s the burning question, isn’t it? Why go
back? After all, you have experience and you are an obvious leader. But, just
because you have experience, doesn’t mean that you can’t benefit from an
education as well. We’ve already mentioned money, but there are many other reasons to earn a degree. These
include, according to Money Under 30:
● You’re switching careers and need credentials
● You started school before, but now you want to finish
● You need specific training to go further in your current field
Plus, if you’re a parent that wants your children to go to college, they are more likely to go if you have. It’s also a great way to show the kids that you can do whatever you put your mind to, no matter where you’ve been or where you are in life now.
Remove limited beliefs for greater success in your life
Herb Ammons has a message for people
who are are plagued by self doubt; feeling this way is
normal and you are not the first or the only one to ever have this happen.
While knowing that it is ‘normal’ to face self doubt and even depression, Herb offers a source of encouragement.
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