Career with Online Degrees
In 2009, the Sloan Consortium found that more than one in four college students were taking at least one course online and the number of students enrolled in online courses keeps on rapidly increasing by thousands every year. Career with Online Degrees aims to serve as a comprehensive resource for these online students. Here at COD we provide you all the information, tools and resources available to help you make a successful career with online degrees.
Some of the best careers and jobs these days are in the vocational and technical fields. But even though no formal degree may be required to get into some fields, significant training and technical knowledge is a must. HVAC (heating, vents and air conditioner) is one such field, which offers brilliant job prospects and a decent annual income.
Ask any MBA student, and their likely dream job will be to work at an executive position for a large multinational company. Ask any small business owner, and they’ll likely be very displeased with the MBA students’ attitude.
Are you the analytical sort with an interest in fiscal trends; do you enjoy reading up on the developments in the capital market? Would you like to be involved in handling the financial matters of a company, and in suggesting strategies on how to maximize profits? Then finance is the field for you. For all the ambitious finance students out there, we have charted out a map on how you can quickly move up the ladder and reach a managerial position; have a look.
For those who’ve always been interested in crime, justice and law enforcement, choosing criminal justice as your college major is an instinctive idea, indeed. However, going for this degree in New York is like hitting the jackpot because the state promises great employment prospects for many criminal justice careers.