“Straight Talk About What You Gain (Or Lose) When You Go Back To School At Mid-Career"

An Insider's Guide to Mid-Career Educational Choices

Are you returning to school to advance your career? If so, you are not alone. You may need a graduate degree to qualify for a promotion or to gain credibility as an independent consultant. You may need credentials for a change to a totally new career.  

But if you're like most people, you will be confused when you review all the opportunities out there. Mid-career professionals often raise questions like these: 

  • Will I get the full benefits of a degree if I choose an online program?
  • How can I tell if my degree will be accepted by future employers?
  • Do I really get more value when I choose the more expensive programs?
  • Where I can get the honest truth about the value of a particular program? 

The answers to these questions are critical to your career.  

Imagine Paying Thousands Of Dollars To Get Fired  

On October 10, 2004, Sixty Minutes (a CBS-TV news program) interviewed a woman whose degree got her fired: she was sent packing after she began referring to herself as "Dr. X," honestly believing she had earned a Ph.D.  

Turned out her university had a reputation as a diploma mill. Putting that degree on your resume could be the kiss of death for your career.  

You probably won't make this mistake. Most degree programs are not diploma mills. 

But even legitimate, accredited university programs will waste thousands of dollars and years of your time ­if they aren't geared to your goals and objectives. 

As a former college professor, I talked to many students whose education choices would actually limit their future opportunities - after they paid serious money as a well-intentioned investment in their careers, often with considerable sacrifice.

It's hard to know how to choose a program ... but your decision just got easier. 

Now you can download an affordable guide to choosing a university ... what the admissions office won't tell you, and what I couldn't have told you while I was on a university payroll.

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