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MS in Human Resource Development
This paper first examines the reasons why having advanced education is important to career success. It then examines the reasons why it may not be important. Both sides of this argument have merit, at least to some extent. Some benefits of advanced education are psychological changes, networking, internship experience and higher pay. Some drawbacks of advanced education are no guarantee in higher pay, loss of work experience, other ways to advance, financial burden, and discrimination. Based on the findings of this research people should attain advanced education because the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.
Arellano, Alexa M., "Is Advanced Education Necessary for Career Success?" (2005). Education Masters. Paper 157.
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