Wages for college graduates have stagnated in recent years. Many Millennials are opting out of the workforce and waiting for the economic environment to reverse by instead working to earn a graduate degree. Unfortunately, many of them aren’t aware of what it takes to earn a graduate degree, both during grad school and for years after.
Undergraduate degrees are expensive, but a graduate degree can cost even more. It’s important to choose the right career path, but it’s equally important to make sure you're not overpaying for your career. If you’re in debt for a bachelor’s in Accounting and you’re able to find work, chances are you will be just fine. But if you have a degree in the humanities field, you may need to start looking around for a graduate program.
If you’re not sure what to do with the rest of your life, graduate school might be the place for you to figure that out. Check out this infographic for more things to consider when applying to graduate school.
Infographic by: gradschoolhub