It is the job of your dreams, the desire you’ve been chasing. All roads have led to this moment and you are certain fate is finally beginning to favor you — the position is one you want, settled within a company you admire. The wages are impressive but the work is even better. You would be doing what you love, rather than sitting in a cubicle and counting the seconds of the day (those walls are stifling). All you need now is to present your resume and wait for the adoration.
It doesn’t come.
Weeks pass and fade then into months. You become obsessive with your glances to email and the answering machine. There are no messages, however. There are no replies. You later learn that the position has been filled — claimed by someone with less experience but a far more impressive education.
The unfairness of this is enough to make you cry… or return to school.
Online programs are available to help you earn your degree and make yourself more appealing to future employers. You already have the abilities; you simply need to surround them with classes. And obtaining a Bachelor’s, Master’s or Doctorate degree will define you as capable.
Too often, however, is this considered impossible. Individuals think themselves unable to continue with college, to gain the credits they need. Online courses, though, can be sought at any time — allowing each student to access their assignments through computers, rather than having to be in a traditional setting. It saves both time and patience.
And the consequence is a fast degree and a faster acceptance by employers.
The job of your dreams may not have been achieved on the first try. This does not mean it is beyond your grasp, however. You simply must distinguish yourself with a collegiate experience and prove you are as well learned as you are efficient.