Oct 22, 2009
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has identified a number of professions expected to experience above-average growth over the next decade. Most of these positions fall within the top 25 percent of earnings for workers overall, and most require a bachelor's or technical degree.
These in-demand jobs include medical information administrators and other skilled health care workers, web programmers and designers, accountants and financial administrators, to name just a few.
But how do you become eligible for a job in one of these fields if your work experience or degree is in a completely unrelated field. What if you don't have a degree at all? For most us, family, financial and other obligations mean we can't go back to college for a traditional degree.
One of the best options for people looking to land a job in these fast growing fields is to get a Specialized Online Degree.
Why an online degree?
Flexibility - Online degrees allow you to complete the required coursework from home as you have the time. Be it in the morning before work, at night before bed, or even on your lunch breaks, being able to bring the classroom to you allows you to learn when and where you can, on your schedule.
Financial Aid and Tuition Assistance - Many online degree programs provide tuition assistance and will help you get financial aid to help offset the costs of the program.
Ability to Specialize - Online degrees offer specialized training in a wide variety of fields that are in high demand by employers. With these skills, your chances of quickly landing a job are greatly increased.
Today there are many, many options for getting an online degree and the process of choosing the right program can be daunting. Fortunately, a new free service from a company called EarnMyDegree has been designed to help you do just that.
EarnMyDegree has created an easy to use web site where you can quickly research a wide range of Online Degrees. It gives you the facts about costs, degree offerings, job placement help, time commitments, faculty and other important information you need before choosing the right program for you.
While there aren't many safe investments on today's market, training and a degree in a growing field is a safe bet. A degree can open up all kinds of doors for greater earning power, better hours, and a better quality of life. And, if you want to find the best program for you, EarnMyDegree is the place to start.
Posted by Jane at Thursday, October 22, 2009 |