Career Questions tagged Adult Education
Would someone graduating at 40 with their first degree in civil engineering have a chance in the workforce?
Is it sensible or feasible (or how does the outlook seem in general) to get one's first degree at 40 as a civil engineer? (Entering college at 35, graduating at 40) Would potential employers be biased against an "old" newbie, making it impossible to pay off school debt at such a late date...
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