Earning A Degree In 2012
Working towards a college degree, means you care about your future. What are some of the benefits in having a degree?
A College Degree Could Open Many Doors
Looking at the economy today, and the state of the job market over the last year or two, some people might wonder if earning a college degree now is a good decision. After all, many people have been seeking work for several months, or even over a year, with little luck.
Can earning a college degree in 2012 really help?
The answer is yes-earning a degree can definitely lead you to more employment opportunities. It can also lead you to better employment opportunities. It can also lead you to better employment opportunities.
Each employer who advertises a job opening receives many applicants for that position. With a college degree, you will stand out among the crowd of job candidates because you will have the skills, qualifications, and knowledge that the employer needs. And, because your degree is freshly earned, you will have learned the latest, most-up-to-date information regarding your career field. This will make you a highly desirable job candidate, leading you to better job offers in 2012.
If you are unsure about which field of study to pursue, perhaps you should consider one that may help you to gain employment in one of the newer industries. There are some industries which have recently formed or which will be branching out in different directions very soon:
In 2012 and beyond, there are expected to be at least 40,000 new job openings in the field of aerospace in both companies and for the government, Mechanical design, operations research, and engineering degrees could help people to be hired for these positions.
Various companies are looking into new methods of using clean energy technology. Because being "green" is becoming more and more important to all types of industries, jobs may become available in many types of fields. In addition, new companies are seeking out fresh, resourceful ways in which to create energy. Because the government often offers tax credits for companies which use these energy methods, more businesses are interested in applying these types of energy and will seek out candidates that have knowledge to help them succeed.
The transportation industry is expected to continue to grow in 2012. Many breakthroughs have been made in areas regarding fuel consumption and alternative fuels; however, putting these ideas into production has not yet taken place. Graduates with engineering, mechanical, technology, and other degrees will be welcome in this industry.