July 24, 2014
This is a sponsored post. When the pressure is on to get to work as soon as you have your degree, it can be difficult to stay focused on long-term goals. With today's bills to pay, tomorrow's plans can take a back-seat. The tough job market doesn't help – even though having a degree improves your chances of entering your chosen field.
The same is true for non-traditional students who go back to education after years in the workplace. If you went to college to change career paths or find greater professional satisfaction, don't throw away the opportunities you've earned for yourself. With a degree under your belt, you've acquired the necessary qualifications. Now it's time to take the next step in achieving your goals by finding a home for your talent. The following tips should give you a start.