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04-02-2013, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by TLow97 View Post
I'm debating going back to school.

I currently have a Bachelor's degree from a private liberal arts college, but in more a theological field. It's a fine degree and I don't necessarily regret working toward it, but I'm pretty positive that it doesn't "wow" anyone.

I had gone to seminary for three years and quit, and my part-time job ended up becoming a full-time job (Customer Account Rep, hourly wage). I had actually applied for school last year but determined that I could not afford to take out an exuberant amount of student loan money.

I'm almost 30 years old, and hate to think I'll be stuck at this job well into my 30s. Any advice?
What line of work interests you? I wouldn't spend the money to go back to school unless you knew exactly what it is you'll be working towards.

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