Here are a few things that might help you decide:
A Brief Profile of Post-graduates in America
In 2018, an impressive 21 million Americans aged 25 and older, obtained a master's degree. This is twice the number in 2000. A study by the U.S. Census Bureau also revealed that people with higher degrees are 3.7 times better income earners than those who quit high school.
Taking a master's program is still considered by many as having huge benefits career-wise. But choosing the program you want to enroll in, as you very well know, isn't a straightforward decision as it seems. Here are a few things to consider while you're in your deliberative process:
by Iconic Chica Mag contributors