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Top 6 Reasons People Are Getting An Education




Maybe you’re considering going to college for the very first time. Maybe you’re considering finishing your degree. Maybe you’ve hit a dead end in employment and you need a graduate degree or a technical certification to help boost your resume in the right direction.

Whatever the goal, more and more people are heading back to school. If you’re wondering whether you should go back to school, here are six top reasons why your peers have already gone back.


1. Career Advancement

Whether you’re unsatisfied with your job, your boss, your social status, or your pay grade, going back to school could help you get a leg up in the professional world. Career advancement is a driving force for getting a degree because no one wants to earn an entry-level salary (or wage).

2. Job Security

Even if you like your current employment, it’s wise to consider doing what you can to keep the job. Those who are currently employed and those who’ve recently been let go from a position are both finding that going back to school sometimes makes the difference.

3. A Change of Direction

Every now and then, life throws you a curveball that overturns the stability you’ve worked so hard to gain. The loss of a job, the death of a loved one, an empty nest, or even hitting a certain age are all reasons people have felt motivated to shake things up a bit. Sometimes lawyers become designers, welders become electricians, and janitors become writers.

4. Setting an Example

Many who raise teenagers learn that it’s hard to encourage education in the next generation when you haven’t exactly been a shining example yourself. Finishing what you started in high school or college is a great way to prove to your loved ones how important education is. Your success will help motivate them to follow in your footsteps.

5. Sense of Accomplishment

A degree, diploma, or certification can sometimes be worth it for no other reason than saying you did it. It’s satisfying to call yourself a graduate; it means you’ve accomplished something that not everyone else has. It’s a way to prove your worth to yourself and remind yourself of your value. You’re likely to receive a lot of support and congratulations for it as well, as those close to you share in the victory.

6. Confidence

Many people today feel terrified that they’re faking their way through their jobs. They lack the confidence to move ahead in life with courage, and they doubt their every decision.

Confidence is primarily a matter of preparation. Completing an education program can go a long way toward preparing you to be more confident. You’re not the first to think you might need to brush up on a topic or hone your skills. You can certainly benefit from a decision to return to school, just as others have.


“A year from now you will wish you had started today.” — Karen Lamb


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