Yes, Master’s Degree, well, it gave me a good Job, elevated me educationally I guess !))
12 yrs of High School
A year of College
Said the learning life just wasn’t for me. I was down to PAR-TA!
silly mistake and I wish I could have “do overs”.
I’m a Master Baiter. It’s a real hands-on degree.
No. I’m a loser. I graduated High School in 2017. I should have graduated in 2014. I don’t feel confident enough to go to post-secondary school. And I can’t afford it, either. So because of these things, I feel like a loser. Some people seem surprised when they learn these things, but I guess maybe I appear smarter than I really am. All I really feel like I have going for me is that I’m a good speller. I’m not good at much else in the real world.
I was licensed to sell real estate and insurance.
I also have a Ph.D in the School of Very Hard Knocks.
Yes, I have a Master’s degree, and am almost done with a DMA (Doctoral of Musical Arts). It is crucial for me to have it to get a tenured college professorship. So far my degrees have been vital in my success up to this point.
I have three graduate and professional degrees.
I’m currently working on my MBA. It’s netted me a bit of debt, kudos from my parents, & interest from my employer.
2 out of 3 isn’t bad 🙂
I took it because I was halfway there by the time I finished my undergrad. I had been hired to do research and so on. It seemed logical to continue.
I don’t know what it got me. I have a good job but I think I would have been interviewed even with the undergrad degrees alone. I aced the interviews and that got me the job.
I haven’t really used what I learned in that program. I got laid a bunch back then. I don’t know what else to say. I’d do it again.
No, I just have the greater part of a BA. I’m an accomplished amateur scholar, but severe anxiety issues prevent me from acquiring proof of my ability. It’s just as well; with the anxiety, my skills are useless to anyone but myself.
Not much so far, except cost a lot for some nice looking paper. Every job I have had since didn’t require it, and I can’t really see that it gave me an edge. Looking back, I would have rather gone a different route.
…such is life, that’s done, and I am past it.