Working in the medical field can be one of the most enriching and satisfying things you ever do.
According to the latest number from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, people with only a high school diploma will earn at least $718 weekly, and those with some college education will earn $799. A bachelor’s degree will earn a weekly average of $1,189, while those with a master degree could earn $1,451 weekly.
Studying a particular Field does not necessarily guarantee a job in that field. A recent study conducted by the U.S Census Bureau in 2010 showed that only 27% of college graduates have a job that is related to the major that they studied.
You may have reached a point in your life where you feel that you have gone as far as you are likely to in your current career.
Most students take college as a place of freedom and fun. In fact, some get so caught up in the parties that they forget why they joined college in the first place.
Graduating from college and entering the working world is a very big moment in anyone’s life. For those that are about to enter the real world, beginning to work full-time can seem like a big challenge.