Is your job giving you a furlough due to sequestration? What should you do during that time? Here are some ideas!
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There is a battle raging right now about the usefulness of a graduate degree, or even of any college degree at all. Joining the fray right now is the online degree space.
What’s in a name? A rose by any other name may still smell as sweet, but it’s not going to get you into that C-Level suite, nor will an unwieldy name do you any favors when it comes time to negotiate your pay.
Is an online degree right for you? As convenient as all of this sounds, though, you need to honestly evaluate whether or not an online degree program is really right for you.
There is nothing wrong with having to pay your dues at a minimum wage job. In some cases that’s the only way to build a résumé and/or get some experience. One other summer option however, is to look into an unpaid internship that won’t have you cruising campus in a Benz in September, but will hopefully have a ton of spin off benefits.
It’s never pleasant to lose your job. You lose a major source of income, and you have to find a new job. However, when you are laid off, rather than fired, your situation is a little bit better.
When you have Impostor Syndrome, you have a hard time internalizing your good qualities, and seeing the reasons that others think that you are success, or find you competent.