Do you think this is too ostentatious or arrogant?
I want to hang my college degree in my office. My grandmother bought me a BEAUTIFUL diploma frame when I graduated in 2006, but I've never had an office to hang it in until now. I'm a development associate for a non-profit social service agency and I share the office with one of our financial employees. Would hanging it would be too over the top?
Asked By: FireflyGirl10 - 12/29/2009
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i think you should hang your diploma if you want to, but perhaps it would be better to do so in your home, not in the office. For the most part, diplomas hang in professional offices to prove to clients/customers that the service provider is duly qualified - for example, a dentist, tax preparer, or social service... More
Answered By: PiggiePants - 12/31/2009
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Good question. Unless you are a Doctor or Lawyer I would refrain from hanging a degree on the wall. This is because when people see the degree (except for what I mentioned above) they think one of two things: You are really smart and should know the answer to every question they have or you aren't smart and trying to... More
Answered By: Stephen T - 12/29/2009
I don't think it would be arrogant to hang your degree. It is showing you have the credentials for the job you are doing.
Answered By: hazel2000 - 12/29/2009
in my opinion, a college degree is something to be proud of, I think u should hang it up in your office. Now mentioning it to your fellow employee and bragging over and over about would be somewhat rude and boastful, if you're still not sure y not just hang it up at home or something
Answered By: Brandy - 12/29/2009
Hang it in your area and forget about it
Answered By: BH2K - 12/29/2009
Hang It High. It's a source of pride for you and the frame's sentimental. Who cares what other coworkers may think... More
Answered By: OverRuled23 - 12/29/2009
Answered By: Mrs. Common Sense - 12/29/2009
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