Do Employers Respect Associate Degree Holders?

 

Getting an associates degree is most popularly seen as a entryway to earning a four-year college degree. Are these degrees worth it in terms of going straight into employment. For this article we explore some of the benefits an associate degree has in respect to advancing your career options without transferring for more advanced degrees.

 

 

Be Watchful of the Type

Associate degrees comes in various shapes and forms, and one of the aspects to be wary of is whether it is a real 2-year degree, a certificate, or an applied associates. The different levels hold different values, but the 2-year degree is typically the most credible of the group.

 

 

Keep an Eye on the Industry

 

A good associate degree program caters to the local employers needs. Employers are willing to pay for workers who can manipulate new technologies, systems, and services. These assets are changing constantly, and different needs rise and fall with the tides of time. Keeping abreast of what employers are looking for can help you select a program that will be in high demand upon graduation.

 

 

Remember to Network

 

No matter what degree level you choose, surrounding yourself with people who you can serve and will serve you in kind will get you far through life. Going to social events, poetry readings, conferences, or volunteer functions will help to find new opportunities and build strong relationships throughout your life.

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