I am 36,which school is best for me?

On campus or on-line?Should I go back to school or just stay where I am(making $12.00).If I go how can I pay for my classes?Which school is a good school that I can find a good job after I am graduated.

Asked By: broken heart - 11/28/2006
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If I were you, I'd go back to school. First of all, to be honest, $12.00 is no where near what you could make with even an Associates Degree under your belt. Second, a degree is like an insurance policy. You can use it to advance with your current employer, or get a better, stable job in an in-demand field... More
Answered By: RoaringMice - 11/28/2006
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No employer will take an on-line degree seriously -- so if you are going back, go back to a real school. A major in one of the professional schools (business, engineering, etc) will be the best way to get a good job when you are done... More
Answered By: Taranto - 11/28/2006
A college education is one of the best investments you can make. You can vastly increase your earning power over your lifetime. Many loans and scholarships are available for older and non-traditional students (start at More
Answered By: J.M. - 11/28/2006
I am going to tell what I told the guy from Africa yesterday. The cheapest way to get a degree is doing your freshman and Sophemore years in a community college. For instance, here in Fort Worth, 60 credits is going to cost around $6,000 or $7,000. The same amount of credits will cost $36,000 if the same person attends... More
Answered By: Louis - 11/28/2006
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