Hope you're well. That is an interesting question. Well, let me first start out by saying that a bachelor's degree is one of the foundational steps in building a great career. Whether it is the field of engineering, management, accounting, law, public policy or even academics or teaching, going to college for a bachelor's would only improve your standing while applying for jobs as a fresher or to further improve your career. Not only is it going to help you stand out from other applicants who probably do not have a bachelor's degree or possess only a diploma, but it would also put you in a better position to negotiate your salary. The variety of courses you will choose at college, coupled with in-class experience, faculty discussions, taking tests, will all go a long way in your professional work life.
Anisha recommends the following next steps:
- Make a list of career paths you want to get into/ would like to go to college for
- Shortlist this by gauging your previous academic and work experience in this field, your personality traits which would help you, and your interests.